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WILLIAM BOOTH ESTABROOK. 



GENEALOGY 



ESTABROOK FAMILY, 



INCLUDING THE 



ESTERBROOK AND EASTERBROOKS, 



UNITED STATES, 



William Booth Estabrook. 



" It is a reverend thing to see an ancient castle or building not in decay, or 
to see a fair timber tree sound and perfect ; how much more to behold an 
ancient noble family, which has stood against the waves and weathers of 
time."— Bacon. 



ITHACA, n. y. : 

Andrus & Church, 

1891. 



Copyright, 1891, 
By Wiuiam Booth Estabrook. 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Introduction, 3 

Rev- Joseph and Thomas Estabrook, 12 

Index to same, ... . 335 

William Estabrook, from Tiverton, Eng., 220 

Index to same, . . 347 

John Estabrook, of Brattleboro, Vt., . . 231 

Index to same, 347 

John Esterbrook, from Cornwall, Eng. , . 234 

Index to same, 34§ 

Elijah Estabrooks, . 242 

Index to same, 349 

Thomas Easterbrooks, . • • 2 54 

Index to same, . ... 35 ! 

Isaac Easterbrooks, . • • 3 22 

Index to same, . >. • • 35 1 

Richard Estabrooks, . • 3 2 5 

Index to same, . . 35° 

Unconnected families, . • • 3 2 ° 

Appendix, . . . • 33 

Addenda, . • 334 



INTRODUCTION. 



TT is but natural that an individual should be more inter- 
-*- ested in, and more attached to, those who bear his name 
and share his blood, than he is in the general homogeneity. 
That preference has its origin, and nurture, in the family- 
relation, and is cherished as sacred, by all nations and tribes 
of men according to the degree of their enlightenment. 

Home is the heart and shelter wherein all those inborn 
ties of family kinship are woven into the soul, and no word 
or name hath greater potency than that of Father, Mother, 
Brother or Sister. 

It is the object of family record to preserve the entirety — 
the order — the genesis and increase, of that miniature world. 
Ordinarily, that record has no significance beyond those who 
have a birthright therein ; to all such, it becomes a relic of 
great interest. As the family name multiplies, and other 
homes are created, whatever pertains to the older homesteads 
— the ' ' roof-tree of our fathers, ' ' becomes venerable and more 
prized as the years go by. 

To all who have been properly instructed in the obliga- 
tions and amenities of human relationship, ancestry becomes 
a subject of special interest and eager inquiry. It may be 
safely assumed that only those who have no regard lor filia- 
tion, no reverence for their paternity, will not be attracted to 
the virtue and annals of their progenitors, near or remote, 
but remain satisfied, in a degree, with the primitive indiffer- 
ence of Topsey, who said, " I 'spects I growed." 

The amicable assurances in life growing out of the bonds 
of consanguinity, or pledged and ratified by the equally con- 
fiding interests of affinity, have in all ages had a marked 
control over the acts, ambition, and happiness of our race. 



4 INTRODUCTION. 

If there is any one contingency or event over v.-hich we have 
no supervision, and of which we have a natural right to be 
modestly proud, it is this : that our forefathers "were good 
men and true." A knowledge of that fact is both a moral and 
mental stimulus to industrious endeavor in the affairs of life, 
as well as dissuasive of improprieties and wrong. 

Pride of family is no unimportant factor in the moulding 
of individual character. To be as good, — as high and hon- 
orable, in the esteem of our contemporaries — as were our kin 
before us, and even more so, if possible, to add a new lustre 
to the name, is the natural and imperative voice of ambition, 
which comes up through a lineage of honored men and 
women. Though dead, their virtues admonish ; though 
silent, their achievements and good name speak with start- 
ling emphasis—" Preserve the good repute and integrity of 
your family name ! ' ' 

But few, if any, pedigrees are so fortunate as not to pre- 
sent, occasionally a blemish, or a blot, which may cause a 
blush, or excite regret ; still, the truth of history should be 
verified, and such unhappy delinquencies held Tip as danger 
signals, over the rock or shoal whereon a kindred voyager 
was wrecked. Negative examples have often an effective 
influence for good, and such fidelity is abundantly conceded 
in Scriptural narrative. 

In the early settlement of our country, genealogies are 
greatly obscured by the emigrants neglecting to keep a full 
and complete family record. People came here from every 
part of Europe and retained for a time, the language, habits 
and customs, of their former residence. Everything was 
new. Enterprise and enthusiasm in the new world absorbed 
the time and minds of these new-comers. Old relationships 
gradually gave place to new attachments. These sturdy 
pioneers had come to carve out of the forests, homes for 
themselves and families. Servility to caste— a cringing 
deference to titles, and the dominant idea that the accidental 
conditions of birth made the man and gentleman, were largely 
supplemented by broader and more consistent views of natural 



INTRODUCTION. 5 

rights. The legendary glamor of inherited distinctions and 
superiority, soon lost its hold upon the popular mind, and 
was finally superceded by the recognized equality of man- 
kind. During this provident transition of society, — the bi- 
ography, history, and traditions of families were, perhaps, 
iuadverdeiitly lost sight of, or lightly esteemed, and instead 
of linking the genealogies of the old, with the new world, 
the drift of personal ambition was towards constituting eveiy 
man his own ancestry. 

In the rather nomadic period of colonial times, families 
became widely separated, and in the evolution of language 
which follow/ad, their names, in many instances, were so 
changed by varying orthography, that the original names 
w^re lost. Thus, the change in spelling the family name, 
broke the lineal continuity, and worked injustice to rightful 
heirs to estates. The Estabrook name has also been slightly 
corrupted, or mutilated in its primitive orthography, and is 
now spelled in several different ways. 

Among the better educated classes, these innovations have 
not so largely obtained, and the line of descent is less fre- 
quently broken, or obscured. 

It is safe to say that, a majority of the American born, now 
living, cannot present a direct ancestral line extending beyond 
th; Atlantic oo^an — and the most diligent research hopelessly 
ends with the ambiguous landing of the mythical "three 
brothers." 

The legal importance of preserving a correct family record 
is clearlj' apodictic, especially, as this country grows older, 
incurring a long chain cf titles to real estate ; and as heirs 
become widely separated in the settlement cf our vast do- 
main — the East, having notably, populated the West by pio- 
neer emigration. To provide then, for the legal questions, 
which may arise about the identity of heirs-at-law and next 
of kin, is a matter of significant prudence. 

Questions of that nature often cannot be settled by verbal 
testimony which is frequently not procurable by reason of 
death, etc., therefore, any evidence of record is legitimate 



6 INTRODUCTION. 

and conclusive. This contingency is by no means confined 
to the United States. Millions of money in Europe have 
iong been withheld from the rightful heir residing here, for 
the lack of direct proof of kinship. The record in the fam- 
ily Bible is valid, and admitted in all courts of law as prima 
facie evidence of the truth of the facts set forth. 

Instances of estates awaiting satisfactory proof of kinship 
are not wanting even in our comparatively young nationality, 
and such cases will increase as time goes on. 

Indeed, would it not be wise legislation to make it com- 
pulsory upon the heads of families to keep such records, in a 
specifically prescribed form ? 

Although the research for ancestral relations is a dry, la- 
borious pursuit, yet one feature of it has a rather weird fas- 
cination, and that is the etymology of names. The old 
nomenclators seem to have had crude ideas of propriety and 
appropriateness in the exercise of their prerogative. Name- 
making according to modern taste, has been of slow growth, 
and may be facetiously styled the " romance of genealogies. " 

It is not proposed to occupy much space under this head. 
An amusing chapter could be readily compiled on Nameol- 
ogy, from the materials at hand ; such a review is not called 
for in the history of one name as is the design of this book, 
nor would it have any special relevancy to the following pages. 
The sources of information are so abundant and well known, 
that nothing new to a student of the past could be expected, 
yet a few lines relating thereto, may not be altogether devoid 
of interest. 

The Hebrews were painstaking genealogists, and have 
preserved the most wonderful tables of parentage through 
tradition and history, that are known. Moses has opened up 
the mysteries of the "Beginning," and the process of chris- 
tening " every living thing " when the world was young. 

Adam, though an inexperienced nomenclator, was a suc- 
cess for he has given entire satisfaction in naming ' ' all cat- 
tle, and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field, 
and whatsoever he called every living creature that was the 
name thereof. ' ' 



INTRODUCTION. 7 

As far as known, Adam has the credit of introducing the 
usage of naming children from some circumstance, senti- 
ment, or emotion connected with their birth or parentage. 
That custom has largely obtained among all nations ; and 
every name of the higher classes, as well as of the common 
people, had a specific significance, as will be seen in the 
tables of Hebrew, and other proper names where the defini- 
tions are given. They are too well known to be repeated 
here. The Hebrews, usually, used but one word for a per- 
sonal name, and that custom prevailed in Egypt, Syria, Per- 
sia, Greece, Italy, and the Celtic and Germanic nations. 

In the course of time the Jews accumulated a large supply 
of names, and began to repeat them. But few new names 
are seen in the New Testament. It was not until the Mid- 
dle Ages that this peculiar people adopted surnames which 
became a necessity, owing to the confusiou caused by the 
repetition of those in use. 

The Egyptians and Greeks were the first to introduce the use 
of surnames ; with the latter, the father selected the name of 
his children ten days after birth. In doing this, special refer- 
ence was had to a word expressive of a noble sentiment — dig- 
nified and euphonious. This grew out of the doctrines of the 
Pythagoreans, who taught that the minds, actions, and suc- 
cess of men were according to their names, genius and fate. 
That this theory governed the nomenclature of families is 
quite apparent from the definitions of the words used. 

Greek surnames arose in distinguished acts and achieve- 
ments, and ran thus, as : Nicator, conquerer ; Energetes, 
benefactor ; Philopater, lover of his father ; Philometer, lover 
of his mother ; Strato was surnamed Physicus, from his deep 
study of nature ; Aristides was called the Just ; Phocian the 
Good ; Plato, the Athenian Bee ; Xenophon, the Attic Muse ; 
Democritus, the L,aughing Philosopher ; Virgil, the Man- 
taun Swain, etc. 

The Romans had less regard for sentiment, their tastes 
were of a lower order, and they selected names from common 
occupations and objects, as : Porches, swineherd ; Naso, long- 



8 INTRODUCTION. 

nose, etc. But they subsequent!}' devised a complete system 
of names. The commonwealth was divided into (bur classes 
called gem'es, each of these being subdivided into families. 
Each citizen bore three names : the pronomen, marking the 
individual ; the no/nni, answering to the christian name of 
to-da3^, and distinguishing the gens or class to which he be- 
longed ; and the cognomen, being the family or surname. 
Agnomen was an additional n?me, conferred in honor of 
some distinguished act or victor}' in war, etc. 

The more uncivilized population of noitheru Europe still 
used single-word names, after the tradition of their national- 
ity, and but few surnames existed in England, at the time cf 
the Norman conquest, A. D., 1066. 

The Norman invasion caused great confusion, in the usages 
and language of the English. Old names had been repeated 
until some further distinction was necessary, — the supply did 
not equal the demand. 

The spread of Christianity introduced new names from the 
Bible, and old pagan names were gradually displaced. About 
the middle of the 12'Ja centur}-, it was decided that persons 
of rani; should take surnames, and after the Reformation 
this practice was aided by the introduction of parish regis- 
ters. Eut the use of hereditary surnames was not estab- 
lished by law until the 14th certuty. From this fact it is 
evident that genealogies cannot be traced, with any certain- 
ty, back of that date. The general European custom that 
the son bears the father's name, still has exceptions. The 
present reigning family of E.vjland has not taken a surname, 
and the same is true of many noble houses, as Saxe, Nassau, 
Bourbon, Orleans, etc. 

In the struggle to obtain family names, every known ob- 
ject has been largely utilized, — on land, in sea, and si:}', — 
everything, animate and inanimate— even the beasts of the 
forest, the birds of the air, and even heaven itself was in- 
vaded for that purpose, giving us Godinan, Angel, Lord, etc. 

Even names have not escaped the dictation of fashion or 
favoritism, and those once popular, as Patience, Prudence, 
Thankful, etc. , are no longer hi vogue. 



INTRODUCTION. 9 

Coincident with the advance of Christianity, Bible names 
gained the ascendency with both sexes. There are, how- 
ever, only about fifty-three names of men that can be used 
without indicating bad taste and singularity ; thirty-two of 
these are taken from the Bible. The number cf surnames 
in England is about 40,000 ; in Scotland, according to popu- 
lation, there are far less, so many having taken the name of 
their chiefs. 

The historical part of the above paragraphs has been com- 
piled from reliable sources. Those who may be curious in 
this subject will find it ably discussed in Fergerson's " En- 
glish Surnames" London (1858), also, " Teutonic Name 
System" (1864). 

Plato recommended it to parents to give happy names to 
their children, such as they would be proud of, and be dis- 
posed to honor. That advice is sensible. Bong, harsh, and 
ill-sounding names grate upon the ear of the child, as much 
as upon the adult, perhaps are really more mortifying. Pa- 
rents are not excusable for encumbering their offspring with 
a name of difficult speech or destitute of significance— it 
should be euphonious, and mean something that will at 
every mention appeal to his ambition and self-respect. 

Frivolous names are in equally bad taste with Mehitable, 
Mikaja, etc. By frivolous, I mean fancy names which have 
no origin but in the brain of the novelist, made up for a pur- 
pose, destitute of any relevancy or meaning. Purely fanci- 
ful or poetical appelations, as Dewdrop, Iris, etc., are too 
effeminate,— those and the whole list of pet names are all 
objectionable in adult life. In infancy they may be tolerated 
in compliment to parental tenderness, but are as ill-assorted 
with mature years, as are the prattlings of the nursery with 
the gravity of age. 

It may be inferred that the writer has attached undue im- 
portance to the influence of ancestry. That is not intended. 
That, what has been said, may excite a degree of family 
pride in all who read these pages, and induce them to keep 
a correct registry of their genealogy, and above all that it 



IO INTRODUCTION. 

be adorned with sterling virtues and noble deeds of honora- 
ble men and women, is the prime motive, and only compen- 
sation in view. 

It is by no means intended to discourage the ambition of 
anyone who aspires to ascend the mythological ladder of 
fame, all unguided by the phosphorescent glimmer of a long 
entombed ancestry. The world, however, recognizes the 
fact, that when genius, talent and distinguishing qualities 
have once appeared in a family line, they are likely to appear 
again, though generations may sleep between. Many of the 
brightest minds in our country have cropped out of obscuri- 
ty, — or as it is complacently called, self-made. That is 
greatly to their credit, and in such instances it is a satisfac- 
tion to know their history and descent ; for examples of this 
kind are the most efficient teachers. It s is true that one's 
fame and fortune depends largely upon himself, yet it has a 
bracing effect on the aspirant to know that he is not an acci- 
dantal numeral on the struggling stage of life. 

A cardinal thought runs through genealogical researches, 
which is, attachment to kindred, — the strength and depth of 
family ties ! . So far as that sentiment can be understood from 
circumstances and personal notes, it is the index to the de- 
gree of civilization of a people. It may well be admitted to 
the list of verified ' ' sayings' ' that, he who possesses strong 
affection for his parents, is never a bad man — as one's at- 
tachments are, so is his character, either good or bad. If 
the natural obligation to ' ' honor thy father and thy mother' ' 
is deeply rooted in a child's heart, it remains as an ever 
present monitor to do right, and a voice of warning against 
the impulse or temptation to do wrong. 

The sum of human love, affection and all those ties of 
bloodship which make life enjoyable are never more fervent- 
ly exercised or assert a more absolute control of kindred 
hearts, than at the time when death is about to separate 
them. And, as this article began with reference to initial 
life, therefore, to notice the consentient desire of all, as ex- 
pressed at its close, viz : " Bury me with my kindred in the 



INTROD UCTION. 1 1 

land of my fathers, " is a pertinent sentiment for the ending 
of this subject. That most tonching and pathetic story of 
Jacob making known his ' ' last request' ' to Joseph and Ben- 
jamin, so simply told, illustrates what is stated above. Jacob 
was not satisfied with the mere promise of his sons to do as 
he requested, but he said ' ' swear unto me, and he charged 
them, and said unto them — bury me with my fathers. ' ' The 
reason given for this preference is : " There are buried Abra- 
ham and Sarah his wife ; there they buried Isaac and Re- 
bekah his wife ; and there I buried I,eah." 

The preparation of this volume has involved much time, 
patient research, and painstaking labor. It is hoped that it 
may bring the Estabrook family nearer together and strength- 
en their mutual attachment ; that it may link together memo- 
ries and friendships, and rescue from tradition the virtues of 
their ancestors, — forming a nucleus around which shall be 
gathered those who may live after us. 

That this memorial shall be hospitably received and ap- 
preciated by those for whom it is written, is the sincere de- 
sire of 

LIZZIE P. ESTABROOK-EVANS. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 



The E3tr.fcrc.ok family seems to have been a ministerial 
one, for many of the members of the first few generations in 
this country were ministers. We also find priests cf the name 
of Estebrck as far back as the year 1413- at Okehampton, 
County of Devon, and diocese cf Exeter, England. A copy 
cf the will of one of these priests will be found in the ap- 
pendix. It shows tint he owned only personal property, 
which he divided among his family and servants 

The pioneer Estab rooks in this country were Puritans and 
came over from England in 1660. The family must have 
been of some consequence, for the two, Joseph and Thomas, 
who came over at that tune, had received a preparatory edu- 
cation for college, and in those days only the higher classes 
were educated. 

It is said that there was another brother who came with 
them and settled in Connecticut, but the compiler is unable 
to substantiate this. 

It is not, perhaps, inappropriate to give a very brief outline 
of the state of affairs in England at the time of their leaving 
there, and which probably caused them to withdraw from a 
country where there was no religious tolerance. 

In the time of tire Red King, opposition to Rome had be- 
gun to manifest itself, and continued to increase until the 
time of Henry VIII, when the antagonism between Church 
and State became so great that the succession of measures 
which finally separated them and broke up the monastic 
system in England, met with little opposition. Henry VIII 
arranged in -his will to perpetuate his system, which was to 
set himself up in place cf the Pope as interpreter of the En- 
glish Eible, and his principles were quite widely accepted, 



ESTA BROOK GENEALOGY. 13 

but his will was broken, and his son made many changes in 
the doctrine Under his daughter Mary, the nation swung 
back for a brief period to the old faith, but after the acces- 
sion of Elizabeth, the new creed assumed definite shape, and 
the Church of England was separated forever from the 
Church of Rome, and became the State Church ; but within 
it there was a small, growing opposition party — the later Pu- 
ritan.) who advocated still further change. Elisabeth at- 
tempted to compel these Catholics and Puritans to conform 
to the established system. During the struggle between 
Elizabeth and Mary, the Puritans had increased in numbers 
and influence. They did not at first propose to go out of 
the established church, but remaining in it, to introduce a 
simple and in their vieiv a purer form of worship. The gov- 
ernment showed an uncompromising spirit, and the Puri- 
tans passed from outward forms, to attack the very basis of 
the established church. They denied the right of the State 
to coerce in matters of religion. They formed assemblies 
and at length organized separate churches, worshipping in 
their own way and growing apace in spite of the penal laws. 
They began to appear in the House of Commons, and their 
influence in that body- was relatively all the greater because 
the Catholics had already been by law excluded from it. 
Since Henry VIII, the Commons had been gradually grow- 
ing in importance, and the Puritan element added largely to 
their strength, for the Puritans believed in resisting the en- 
croach metits of arbitrary power. They often came into col- 
lision with E'izabeth, and stood ready to assert their rights 
as soon as the grave closed over her. They managed to hold 
their own against James ; but in his son, Charles I, they 
found a man who was false in all his public acts, and they 
were forced to deprive him of those powers which a constitu- 
tional king ought to wield. And so, as the dispute drifted in- 
to civil war nearly half of the Parliament and of the nation 
had sided wiUi tht king, some being moved by pity for his 
defenceless condition and some were sincerely attached to the 
established church, whose very existence was threatened by 



14 FIRST GENERATION. 

the Puritan party. On the Parliament side the war was, at 
first, conducted in a lame and spiritless way. , The Presby- 
terians, who were the conservative wing of the Puritan party, 
predominated both in the House of Commons and in the 
army. They wished to oppose the king just enough to es- 
tablish their own religious system, but in no case to depose 
him. The Independents, on the other hand, who were the 
radical Puritans, believed in religious toleration, and in the 
right of each separate congregation to organize itself in its 
own way, and they were ready in case of necessity to get rid 
of Charles, and of the monarchy as well. The wonderful 
success of their leader, Oliver Cromwell, and of his famous 
cavalry, the Ironsides, soon brought them to the front. 
They got control of the army, reorganized it under Fairfax 
and Cromwell, and practically ended the war by their great 
victory over the king's forces at Naseby in 1645. The king 
took refuge with the Scots (May, 1646), and they seeking to 
convert him to Presbyterianism, delivered him over to the 
English Presbyterians (Jan., 1647), and a little later he was 
seized by the army (June, 1647). The Presbyterians, who 
were still a majority in Parliament, thereupon attempted to 
get rid of the army, which refused to disband. The army 
then marched to London, and expelled from Parliament some 
of the obnoxious Presbyterian leaders, and thus destroyed 
the independence of Parliament. Cromwell now made an 
honest, but ineffectual, attempt to come to terms with the 
king. Charles intrigued with all parties, and was false to 
all, and this soon led to a combination between the Scots 
and the English Presbyterians and Royalists, against the 
Independent army, and the result was a renewal of the civil 
war, (1648). The combination was speedily crushed, and 
the army proceeded to weed out the Presbyterians from Par- 
liament, leaving "The Rump," which was composed en- 
tirely of Independents. That body established an extraor- 
dinary tribunal, which tried and condemned the king, abol- 
ished the monarchy, and set up a republic or commonwealth 
in its place, of which Cromwell was the head. He used his 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 15 

power for the good of the people, but met with opposition on 
every side. He died in 1659, and for a few months after his 
death the different factions were held in by the influence of 
his name, then party spirit broke forth, and after a brief in- 
terval of chaos, the mass of the nation hastened to welcome 
back the returning Stuart, about May, 1660. In the earlier 
years of the reign of Charles II, the reaction against Puritan 
England was extreme. Upon his arrival it was quite a com- 
mon thing in the streets of London to see the heads of 
Cromwell's followers stuck on top of a pole in the public 
parks ; and it was so dangerous for a Puritan to show him- 
in England, that they emigrated in large numbers to Holland 
and America. 

For a more full and detailed history of the Puritans, see 
Wheeler's Sketches of English History, from which the fore- 
going outline was taken, and condensed to the limits of this 
work, by permission of the publishers, Hunt & Eaton. 



FIRST GENERATION. 



1. Joseph Estabrook, born about 1640 at Enfield, Mid- 
dlesex, England ; came to this country in 1660, after re- 
ceiving a preparatory education for college. He entered 
Harvard College, from which he graduated in 1664. Three 
years afterward he was ordained as colleague of the Rev. 
Edward Bulkeley, minister of the church in Concord, Mass., 
and on Mr. Bulkeley's death, 1696, became pastor of the 
church, continuing in that office until his death, Sept. 16, 
171 1, at the age of 71 years, when he was succeeded by 
John Whiting, (H. C, 1661). He was made a freeman at 
Cambridge, Mass., May 3, 1665. May 20, 1668, he married 
at Watertown, Mass., Mary, daughter of Capt. Hugh and 
Esther Mason, of that place. She was born Dec. 18, 1640. 

He was a man eminently fitted for his office. In his 
preaching he was plain, practical and persuasive. In his 



1 6 FIRST GENERA TION. 

intercourse with the people, grave, affectionate, communi- 
cative and solitary, earnestly desiring their happiness and 
religious welfare. Hi.-? appearance carried with it so much 
patriotic dignity that people were induced to love him as a 
friend and reverence him as a father. These distinguished 
traits in his character obtained for him in the latter part of 
his life the name of "The Apostle." His judgment was 
highly esteemed, and his advice was sought for in all the 
neighboring churches. He was much admired wherever he 
preached and was invited to remove from Concord, ' ' For, ' ' 
said his admirers, " lie was too bright a star to be muffled 
up in the woods amongst the Indians, and ought to come to 
Boston where he could do more good." His only printed 
work which has come down to us is an Election Sermon 
preached in 1705. It is entitled "Abraham the preacher, 
his privilege and duty ; described in Election Sermon at 
Boston, N. E-, May 30, 1705, by Joseph Estabrook, A.M., 
and pastor of the church at Concord."* 

His salary at-X^oucord was ^So, of which ^40 was to be 
paid in money, and £\o in grain — wheat to be estimated at 
53., rye at 4s., and corn at 3s. per bushel. March 12, 1681, 
the town voted "that every householder that hath a team, 
shall carry yearly one load of wood to the minister ; and 
every other householder or votable person shall cut wood 
one day for the minister ; and that the wood be equally di- 
vided to the ministers as the selectmen shall appoint." 

Of his death, the Boston News Letter of S^pt. 18, 1711, 
says : 

"This day was interred in Concord the Rev. Joseph Esta- 
brook, minister of the gospel in said town for about 44 years 
(and for many of them was colleague of the famous Mr. 
Bulkeley). He was eminent for his skill in the Hebrew 
language, and a most orthodox, learned and worthy divine ; 
of excellent principles in religion, indefatigably laborous in 
the ministery, and of holy life and conversation." 

For children, see 3-8. 



*Sliattuck's History of Concord, Sibley's Harvard Col. Graduates. 



ESTABXOOK CENEAL OGY. 17 

2. Thomas Estabrook, younger brother of Joseph, born 
in Enfield, Middlesex, England, and came to this country 
with him in i65o ; married Sarah Temple at Concord, Mass., 
May 11, 1683. He died Jan. 28, 1720-1. She died Nov. 
29, 1726. 

He was made an inhabitant of Swanzey, Mass , Aug. 13, 
1666; was elected selectman of Swanzey, June 7, 1681.* 
For children see 9-10. 



SECOND GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF RiiV. JOSEPH AND MARY (Mason) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1) 

3. Joseph, born at Concord, Mass., May 6th, 1669; mar- 
ried, (1st), Dec. 31, 1689, at Cambridge Farms, Mass., Meli- 
cent, daughter cf Henry W. Woodis, of Conn. ; she died at'Con- 
cord, Mar. 26, 1692, and he married (2d), Aug. 25, 1693, Han- 
nah, widow of Joseph Lcrir.g, daughter of John Leavitt, of 
Hingham, where he and his wife settled and united with' the 
church, from which they were dismissed to the church in 
Lexington, in 1710. He was an active and influential mem- 
ber of the church at Lexington, and represented it on many 
public occasions. He was elected deacon in 1716, and re- 
mained in that office till his death, Sept. 23, 1753. He was 
highly respected as a townsman, and filled almost every office 
in their gift. He commanded a military company, and filled 
the office of town clerk, treasurer, assessor, selectman and 
representative to the General Court. He was a man of more 
than ordinary education for that day, was often employed as 
a surveyor, and was engaged to teach the first man's school 
in the town. I cannot state the precise time when he re- 
moved to Lexington, but, as he bought two hundred acres of 
land in the precinct in 1693, and was elected to office in 1.696, 



* -History of Rehoboth, Mass., pa'^e 62. 



18 SECOND GENERATION. 

it is probable that he came into the place between those dates. 
He bought his farm of Edward Pelham, then of R. I., and 
it is described in the deed as being bounded northeasterly by 
the Cook farm, and S. W. by the Concord road till it comes 
to Vine Brook. This included the place now occupied by 
Mrs. Iy. Turner, extending to the brook in front, and back to 
or beyond the place owned by Mr. Hayes, under the hill. 
For children see 11-16. 

4. Benjamin, born at Concord, Mass., Feb. 24th, 1670-1 ; 
(H. C. 1690,) began preaching at Lexington, Mass., in May, 
1692, and was ordained first minister of that town Oct. 21, 
1696. He was settled over the first church at Cambridge 
Farms, now Lexington, Oct. 6, 1696. But his ministry was 
of short duration. He married, Nov. 29 or 30, 1693, Abigail, 
daughter of Rev. Samuel Willard, of Old South Church, Bos- 
ton ; she was one of twenty children. On 22d July, 1697, he 
was removed from his earthly labors by death at Lexington, af- 
ter a ministry of only nine months, and died greatly lamented 
by his people. His widow married Rev. Samuel Treat, of 
Eastham, a son of Gov. Treat, of Conn. She died Dec. 27th, 
1745, aged eighty -two. By Mr. Treat she had three children, 
one of whom, Eunice, married Rev. Thomas Paine, of Wey- 
mouth, who had, among other children, Robert Treat Paine, 
who was one of the signers of the Declaration of Indepen- 
dence, Attorney General of Mass., and one of the Justices 
of the Supreme Court. For children see 17-18. 

5. Mary, born at Concord, Mass., Oct. 28th, 1672 ; married 
April 30th, 1700, Jonathan Green, of Newton, Mass. For 
child see 19. 

6. Samuel, born at Concord, Mass., June 7th, 1674 ; was 
graduated at Harvard College in 1696. He taught the 
Grammar School in Concord from 1706 to 17 10, at the same 
time ' ' assisting his father in the work of the ministry. ' ' He 
was ordained, June 13th, 171 1, as first pastor of the church 
at Canterbury, Conn., where he settled as a clergyman until 
his death, June 26th, 1727. He married March 23, 1713-4, 
Rebecca, daughter of Rev. Nehemiah and Sarah (Jackson) 
Hobart, of Newton, Mass.; she was a grand-daughter of 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 19 

Rev. Peter Hobart, of Hingham, Mass. She died in Dec, 
1727, six months after his death. He was a man of wisdom 
and learning and much respected throughout the colony. 

May 8, 1718, he preached the annual election sermon to 
the legislature, text, I Tim., 11, 2. In 1709, Canterbury 
raised .£1,619, an< i with and out of this aid a house for 
the minister was built, and in 171 1 the town received liberty 
from the Assembly ' ' to gather a church and call a minister 
to office amongst them, according to the rules of the gospel 
and the order of discipline established by this government. ' ' 
The church was constituted June 13, 171 1. He had been 
there some years preaching before that time. The election 
sermon was printed in 17 18 by Timothy Green, printer to his 
Honor the Governor and Council, at New I/mdon, pp. 26, 
size 2^ by 5 inches. 

He left land with buildings valued at £1,000, a libra- 
ry of over two hundred volumes, comprising many elab- 
orate L,atin works, and a bountiful supply of household furni- 
ture and wearing apparel. By his will, his son Nehemiah 
was bequeathed ' ' the housing and estate. ' ' Hobart was 
"to be brought up to College," and to have " fifty pounds 
and ye books and papers. ' ' To his daughter Mary was left 
' ' twenty pounds and the movable goods. ' ' 

He and she are buried at Canterbury, Conn. , and upon his 
stone is the following : " Ye Reverend and Pious and ^earned 
Mr. Samuel Estabrook, ye 3rd son of ye Reverend Mr. Joseph 
Estabrook, late pastor of ye church in Concord, who was ye 
first pastor of ye church in Canterbury, who departed this 
life to ye everlasting mercy of God, June 23rd, 1727, in the 
53rd year of his age." 

The following is an inventory of his wife's wearing ap- 
parel : Three black crape gowns and petticoats ; one silk stuff 
gown and petticoat ; one silk poplin gown and petticoat ; one 
silk crape gown ; one white flannel wrought petticoat ; one 
linen and woolen (home) gown and petticoat ; two newcamblet 
riding hoods ; one serge riding hood ; one gauze hood ; one 
black silk hood ; two bonnets ; one silk scarf ; one pair stays ; 
2 



20 SECOND GENERATION. 

one headdress ; eleven night caps ; fourteen linen aprons ; three 
linen and woolen aprons ; two calico aprons ; two checkered 
aprons ; nine speckled handkerchiefs ; nine pairs gloves ; 
two fans ; four waist ribbons ; amber beads ; four pairs stock- 
ings ; two pairs shoes. 

John Fisk, pastor of church at Killingly, Conn. , was mar- 
ried Nov. 26, 1717, to Abigail, daughter of Nehemiah Ho- 
bart, of Newton, Mass., and sister of Mrs. Samuel Esta- 
brook. For children see 20-22. 

7. Daniel, born in Sudbury, Mass., Feb. 10, 1676; mar- 
ried at Concord, Mass.. Nov. 21, 1701, Abigail Flint, (born 
Jan. 11, 1675), daughter of John and Mary (Oakes) Flint, 
of Conn. He first settled in Lexington, where he had six 
children. Subsequently they removed to Weston, where he 
bought seventy -six acres of land of Ebenezer Page, May 15, 
1704, for £%o ; in 1715, he and his wife were admitted to the 
church at that place. He afterwards moved to Sudbury, 
Mass., where he died Jan. 7th, 1735, and where he and his 
wife are buried. His wife also died there, Nov., 1770, aged 
ninety-five years. His will is on record in the probate office 
of Middlesex Co., Mass. From his family Bible : " Mrs. 
Abigail Fstabrook, at the age of seventy-eight years had 
had six children, forty-three grand-children, and twenty- 
three great-grand-childen, which makes in all seventy -two. ' ' 
For children see 24-28. 

8. Ann, born Dec. 30, 1677 ; married Jan. 26, 1709, Joshua 
Haynes, of Sudbury, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND SARAH {Temple) ESTABROOK. 

(2) 
(Born at Concord, Mass. ) 

9. Thomas, born Aug. 6, 1685 ; married Dec. 18, 1707, 
Mrs. Elizabeth Parker, who (possibly) died at Dunstable, 
Mass., July 29, 1743. For children see 29-37. 

10. Abraham, married Sept. 30, 1718, Martha, daughter 
of Joseph and Sarah (Graves) Brabrook, (born Nov. 25, 
1692). He died May 3, 1729. For children see 38-43. 



ESTA BROOK GENEALOGY. 21 

THIRD GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND MEUCENT (IVoodis) ESTA- 
BROOK. (3). 

(Born at Lexington, Mass. ) 

11. Joseph, born Oct. 10, 1690; married, at Lexington, 
Mass., July 8, 1713, Submit Doring, his step-sister, by whom 
he had two children. She died March 31, 1718, in child-bed, 
and he married, March 26, 1719, Hannah Bowman. Like 
his father, he was captain of a company, and he succeeded 
his father in 1733 as deacon of the church ; and, like his 
father, filled almost every important office in the town, asses- 
sor, treasurer, clerk and selectman. He died Aug. 19, 1740, 
and his widow married July 19, 1753, Capt. Benj. Reed, of 
Lexington, and died April 15, 1774, aged 72 years. For 
children see 44-55. 

12. John, born July 28, 1694; married Oct. 27, 1720, 
Prudence Harrington. He was constable in 1737 and 1738. 
He died June 19, 1742, and his widow married in 1748, Benj. 
Munroe, of Weston, the youngest son of Win. Munroe, the 
original emigrant who settled in Lexington. She was Mun- 
roe's second wife, and died in 1778. For children see 56-63. 

13. Solomon, born Dec. 22, 1696 ; died Jan. 6, 1697. 

14. Hannah, born Aug. 2, 1698 ; married May 23, 1717, 
to Joseph Frost, born Dec. 1680, who died Sept. 25, 1776, at 
Marlboro, N. H. For children see 64-74. 

15. Melicent, born March 21, 1700; married (1st) Jona- 
than Rand, who died Aug. 17, 1760, aged 67 ; she married 
(2d) John Chamberlain in 1764, he died Aug. 26, 1764, in 
his 71st year. For children see 75-87. 

16. Elijah, born Aug. 25, 1703, (possibly) married about 

1733 in Sherburne, Mass., to Hannah . For children 

see 88-91. 



22 THIRD GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF REV. BENJAMIN AND ABIGAIL ( Willard) 
ESTABROOK. (4) 

17. Benjamin, bom Dec. 13, 1695 ; possibly married 
Ruth, and died at Granby, Mass., July, 3, 1730. For chil- 
dren see 92-93. 

18. Richard, born July 5, 1697, but a few days before the 
death of his father ; died Sept. 26, 1721 ; buried at Granby, 
Mass. 



DAUGHTER OF JOHNATHAN AND MARY {Estabrook) GREEN. 

(5) 
19. Rebecca, born at Concord, Mass., Feb. 16, 1701. 



CHILDREN OF REV. SAMUEL AND REBECCA (Hobart) ESTA- 
BROOK. (6). 

20. Nehemiah, born at Canterbury, Conn., April 1, 1715. 
He resided for a time in Mansfield, Conn. , where he united 
with the Congregational Church, in Aug. 1735, and about 
1768 went to Lebanon, N. H. He owned and lived on a 
place about a mile north of Mansfield Center, Ct. He was 
a prominent man in all public affairs, deacon of first church 
at Mansfield, etc. He married, first, Sept. 2, 1736, at Mans- 
field Center, Bethiah, daughter of Robert Paddock, who 
died June 2, 1743 ; he married, second, October 18, 1744, 
Abigail Porter, daughter of Deacon Experience Porter, who 
died Dec. 7, 1770, at Mansfield ; he married, third, Sept. 23, 
1773, Anna Bliss of Springfield, Mass., who died at Lebanon, 
N. H., Jan. 16, 1778, in her seventy-fifth year; he died at 
Lebanon, N. H, Feb. 10, 1787. For children see 94-100. 

21. Hobart, born in Canterbury, Conn., Dec. 17, 1716 ; 
united with Congregational Church at Mansfield, Ct., Oct., 
1735 ; studied theology, and graduated at Yale, New Haven, 
1736, and was licensed to preach by the Windham Connty 
Association of Ministers, May 16, 1738. "We hear of him 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 23 

preaching in Hadley, Mass., and in 1739, in Salisbury, Conn., 
where he declined an invitation to settle, which was not en- 
tirely unanimous. He finally accepted a call to a church in 
Millington, an ecclesiastical society in the eastern part of 
the town of Haddam, Conn., where he was ordained Nov. 
20, 1745. He married Sept. 12, 1743, his cousin Sarah, eld- 
est daughter of the Rev. Eleazer Williams, (H. C. 1708, — 
son of the celebrated Indian captive, John Williams) and 
Mary (Hobart) Williams of Mansfield, Conn., who died 
June 25, 1746, aged thirty-one years. He bought land in 
Mansfield, Conn., in 1746. He next married Jerusha, the 
ninth child and youngest daughter of the Rev. Isaac 
Chauncey (H. C. 1693) of Hadley, Mass. She was born 
Sept. 7, 1714, and died June 14, 1776. Two daughters by 
his first wife died young. He admitted forty-four members 
into the church at Millington. After Rev. Isaac Chauncey 
became infirm, the first precinct paid for preaching, to Rev. 
Hobart Bstabrook, ^39 13s. He died at Millington, Jan. 
28, 1766. Both were buried at Millington, Conn. For 
children see 111-115. 

22. Mary, born at Canterbury, Conn., Sept. 4, 1718 ; uni- 
ted with the Congregational Church at Mansfield, Conn., in 
Oct., 1740; married Dec. 17, 1745, Nehemiah EH, of Mans- 
field, Conn. 



CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND ABIGAIL {Flint) ESTABROOK. (7) 
(All born at Lexington, Mass.) 

23. Abigail, born Sept. 25, 1702 ; baptized Sept. 27, 1702 ; 
died 1790 ; married about 1723, John Clap. He was born in 
1700, and died in 1788. For children see 101-110. 

24. Cornet Daniel, born June 14, 1705 ; baptized, June 
21, 1705 ; married Hannah (born 1713, died Aug. 5, 1775). 
He moved to Rutland, Mass., Aug. 20, 1710, with his pa- 
rents from Sudbury, Mass. He bought land there " laid out 
in the early settlement of Rutland, on Worcester meadow hill 



24 THIRD GENERATION. 

in 1723 for Samuel Goodnow, to his right of House Lot, No. 
46. When he began to fell the trees, it was dangerous going 
from his boarding-house to his work without his gun, not 
only on account of Indians, but of bears and wolves. Mr. 
E., and his wife were respectable and industrious people, — 
and for many years their offspring have possessed the soil ; a 
grandson, aged sixty-seven (1885) is its present owner." 
(Hist, of Rutland.) He died at Rutland, Aug. 21, 1799, 
aged ninety -four, and was buried there. He was given ,£100 
by his father's will. For children see 1 16-125. 

25. Benjamin, born May 7, 1708 ; died Sept. 12, 1787. 

26. Samuel, born Aug. 18, 1710 ; baptized Aug. 20, 1710 ; 

married about 1737, Abigail , who was born July 30, 

1713, and died at Dummerston, Vt., Aug. 27, 1809, where she 
is buried. He owned land near his brother in Rutland, 
Mass., which he sold, and moved to Princeton, Mass., and 
lived on one of Judge Gill's farms. For children see 126-135. 

27. Mary, born Nov. 2, 1712 ; 

28. Anne, born Nov. 13, 1714. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND ELIZABETH {Parker) ESTA- 
BROOK. (9) 

(Born at Concord, Mass.) 

29. Joel, born May 15, 1708; died July 28, 1708. 

30. Sarah, born Nov. 6, 1709. 

31. Samuel, born March 8, 1710-11 ; married Huldah 
Temple Nov. 16, 1738. For children see 136-141. 

32. Thomas, born April 2, 1713 ; (possibly) married 
about 1743, Prudence . For children see 153-155. 

33. Robert, born Nov. 28, 1715 ; married Olive Townsend 
May 24, 1743. She died June 25, 1760, and he married (2d) 
Mrs. Susanna (Tewkesbury) Flagg Dec. 15, 1762, who had a 
number of children. He died Dec. 26, 181 2, aged ninety- 
seven. His wife Susanna died June 29, 1802, aged seventy- 
nine. For children see 142-151. 

34. Abraham, born Nov. 10, 1718. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 25 

35. Aaron, married Feb. 17, 1746, Bethia Ball. She died 
July 15, 1752; he married (2d), at Chelmsford, Mass., July 
21, 1756, Hannah Haywood. For child see 156. 

36. Moses, born April 15, 1723 ; (possibly) married June 
5, 1744, at Chelmsford, Mass., Esther Corey. For child see 

J 57- 

37. Joseph, born April 1, 1726 ; married Dec. 24, 1747, 
Eydia Wheat. For children see 158-161. 



CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM AND MARTHA (Brabrook) ESTA- 
BROOK. (10) 

38. Martha, born at Concord, Mass., Oct. 18, 1718. 

39. Mary, born Feb. 19, 1719-20; died Sept. 11, 1727. 

40. Zermiah, born Feb. 9, 1721-2 ; died Dec. n, 1736. 

41. Hannah, born March 26, 1724; died Aug. 1, 1753. 

42. Huldah, born April 1, 1726 ; married Samuel Ed- 
wards, Feb. 14, 1759. For child see 152. 

43. Mary, born March 20, 1728-9 ; died Nov. 20, 1736. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND SUBMIT (Loring) ESTABROOK. 

(") 

44. Joseph, born June 27, 1714; died July 17, 1714. 

45. Joseph, born Mar. 16, 1717-18 ; died Mar. 18, 1717-18. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND HANNAH {Bowman) ESTA- 
BROOK. (11). 

46. Joseph, born April 9, 1720 ; died Dec. 7, 1747. 

47. Hannah, born Sept. 26, 1725; died Sept. 29, 1728. 

48. Benjamin, born Oct. 9, 1727 ; died Dec. 29, 1728. 

49. Hannah, born Oct. 24, 1728. 



26 FOUR TH GENERA TION. 

50. Benjamin, born Dec. 20, 1729 ; married May 19, 
1757, Hannah Hubbard of Concord, Mass. They were ad- 
mitted to the church in Lexington, June 22, 1758. He died 
Mar. 8, 1803, aged seventy-four years. She died Jan. 12, 
1803, aged sixty -seven. He was many years a coroner and 
justice of the peace ; he was in the campaign of Ticondero- 
ga, in 1775-6.* For children see 162-170. 

51. Hannah, born Oct. 6, 1731 ; married May 7, 1752, 
Ebenezer Hubbard. 

52. Solomon, born June 10, 1733; died Oct. 1, 1733. 

53. Samuel, born June 16, 1735 ; entered Harvard Col- 
lege ; died July 25, 1754. 

54. Melicent, born July 25, 1738; married, July 4, 1758, 
James Barrett, of Connecticut. 

55. Ebenezer, (posthumous) born Sept. 21, 1740; mar- 
ried Dec. 13, 1759, Ruth Reed, (born Nov. 7, 1741), daugh- 
ter of Capt. Isaac and Rebecca Reed. About 1760, they re- 
moved from Lexington to Holden, Mass., where he died 
June 29, 1811, and she died June 9, 1782. Some of their 
descendants still reside in Holden. For children see 171-178. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND PRUDENCE {Harrington) ESTA- 
BROOK. (12) 

56. Grace, born Aug. 13, 1721 ; married Benj. Hurd, Oct. 
11, 1748 ; she died Dec. 26, 1789, aged sixty-eight years and 
four mos.; he died July 30, 1808, aged ninety years. He 
was a leather-dresser. For children see 179-181. 

57. Prudence, born March 28, 1724 ; married Richard 
Winship, of Lexington, Mass. 

* Prince Estabrook, a black man in the family of Benjamin Esta- 
brook, was among the patriots of the Revolution on the Common on 
the 19th of April, 1775, where he was wounded; we find his name 
among the soldiers in almost every campaign during the war. He, 
though a slave, fought the battles of freedom. He enlisted in Lex- 
ington for three years, and served in Continental line, and was one of 
Capt. Parker's company, which was called to Cambridge, June 17 and 
18, 1775, and also a six month's man in 1782. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 27 

58. Melicent, born July 11, 1727 ; married Josiah Harris. 
He was a potter. He died Aug. 3, 1786. For children see 
182-188. 

59. John, born Oct. 20, 1729; married Anna Bemis in 
1755 ; and in the same year settled in Westminster, (Narra- 
gansett) Mass. She died Feb. 26, 1832, aged ninety-two 
years. His wife was the first female born in Westminster. 
For children see 189-202. 

60. Abigail, born March 11, 173 1-2; married April i, 
1752, Jeremiah Hunt, of Quimby, Mass. She died Nov. 13, 
1815, aged eighty -two. For children see 203-204. 

61. Elizabeth, born Nov. 21, 1734; married Thomas 
Rand, April 11, 1772 ; she.died Oct. 4, 1815, aged eighty -one ; 
he died March 23, 1805, aged seventy -eight. Had twelve 
children at Weston. 

62. Nehemiah, born at Lexington, Mass., March 2, 1735 ; 
married March 1, 1759, Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel and 
Hannah Winship, (born Oct. 9, 1740). He was a soldier in 
the French war in 1755, and hence was qualified to aid in the 
Revolutionary struggle. He left Lexington about 1777, 
moved to Eunenburg, Mass. , and afterwards went to West 
Cambridge, (now Arlington). He died in Hopkinton, N. 
H., Oct. 16, 1812, while on a visit to his children. His wife 
died in Arlington, May 3, 1809, aged sixty-nine years. For 
children see 205-215. 

63. Anna, born Feb. n, 1739-40; married Dec. 25, 1759, 
Wm. Kidder ; she died Sept. 17, 1816 ; he died Sept. 15, 
1802, aged sixty-six. He was a painter. For children see 
216-224. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND HANNAH {Estabrook) FROST. (14). 

64. Joseph, baptized Feb. 8, 1718-19. 

65. Hannah, baptized June 26, 1720 ; married Jacob 
Howard. 

66. Sarah, born April 9, 1722. 

67. John, baptized May 24, 1724. 

68. Eli2iabeth, baptized Sept. 5, 1725. 



28 FOURTH GENERATION. 

69. Joseph, born May 1, 1727, (baptized May 9, 1727); 
in 1753 married Deborah Estabrook in Sherborne, Mass. 
He died about 1760, leaving son John in seventh year. 

70. Elizabeth, baptized May 4, 1729. 

71. John, baptized Dec. 31, 1732. 

72. Melicent, baptized Jan. 27, 1733-4. 

73. Submit, born May 12, (18), 1735. 

74. Johnathan, born Feb. 27, 1738-9 ; married Martha 
Leland, 1760 ; died Sept. 25, 1776, at Marlboro, N. H. 



CHILDREN OF JOHNATHAN AND MELICENT {Estabrook) 
RAND. (15). 

75. Melicent, born June 3, 1721 ; married John Harris. 

76. Mehetabel, born Jan. 16, 1722-3 ; married John 
Carter. 

77. Johnathan, born March 13, 1723-4. 

78. Hannah, born Nov. 30, 1725 ; married Benj. Hurd. 

79. John, born Jan. 24, 1726-7 ; of Bedford, N. H. (See 
Barnes Hist, of Bedford, p. 326.) 

80. Sarah, born July 11, 1729 ; married Battery Powers. 

81. Thomas, born Aug. 11, 1731. 

82. Nehemiah, born Dec. 12, 1732 ; died Sept. 13, 1734. 

83. Nehemiah, born Dec. 9, 1734. 

84. Thomas, born Feb. 23, 1735-6. 

85. Mary, born Jan. 15, 1737-8 ; died Nov., 1747. 

86. Benjamin, born Jan. 25, 1739-40 ; died Jan. 31, 1741. 

87. Benjamin, born Oct. 20, 1742. 



CHILDREN OF ELIJAH AND HANNAH ( ) ESTA- 
BROOK. (16). 

(All born at Sherburne, Mass.) 

88. Hannah, born Sept. 29, 1734. 

89. Joseph, born Aug. 10, 1736. 

90. Samuel, born Nov. 27, 1738 ; (possibly) married 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 29 

Jan. 19, 1762, Sarah Robinson, of Holden, Mass. He died 
at Enfield, Mass., before 1778. For children see 225-229. 
91. Aaron, born March 20, 1 740-1. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND RUTH ( ) ESTA- 
BROOK. (17). 

92. Abigail, born Sept., 1722; died Oct., 1723, aged one 
year, twelve days, buried at Granby, Mass. 

93. Benjamin, died Dec. 15, 1728, aged four months, at 
Granby, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF NEHEMIAH AND BETHIAH {Paddock) ESTA- 
BROOK. (20). 

(All born at Mansfield Center, Conn.). 

94. Samuel, baptized at Mansfield, Conn., May, 1737. 

95. Samuel, born Jan. 24,1738-9 ; was a lieutenant ; mar- 
ried Jan. 23, 1766, Rebekah, daughter of Peter Aspenwall, 
of Mansfield; after her death he married, Oct. 14, 1781, 
Phebe Palmer. He died at Lebanon, N. H., Jan. 2. 1823. 
Inscription : ' ' Blessed are they that have a new name and a 
white stone given them." For children see 230-240. 

96. Joseph, born May 2, 1741 ; married May 20, 1762, 
Theoda, daughter of Nathaniel Porter of Mansfield. Joseph 
was captain, and died in Revolutionary service. For chil- 
dren see 241-246. 



CHILDREN OF NEHEMIAH AND ABIGAIL {Porter) ESTA- 
BROOK. (20). 

(All born at Mansfield Center, Conn.) 

97. Rebeckah, born July 11, 1745; (possibly) married 
May 12, 1774, Jeremiah Griswold, at Lebanon, N. H. 

98. Experience, daughter, born June 17, 1747; died Jan. 

8, 1749-50. 

99. Nehemiah, born Aug. 27, 1749 ; married Nov. 22, 



30 FO UR TH GENERA TION. 

1771, Elizabeth, daughter of Major John Slapp of Lebanon, 
N. H. Neheiniah, hearing of the battle of Lexington in 
the afternoon, by the sleepless energy of his wife, was ready 
at sunrise the next morning, to take leave of home and fam- 
ily, and shoulder his musket in defence of his country, He 
was nearly all the time under the immediate command of 
Washington, being one of his famous body-guard. He re- 
turned poor, having received continental money for his pay, 
$50 of which he paid for a breakfast on his way home. He 
was a soldier in the Revolutionary war ; was in retreat with 
Washington, when he planted a battery after crossing the 
Delaware river, and getting behind the hill to hide from his 
enemies — by a curve in the road — they mowed down the 
Hessians like grass, who attempted to cross the same bridge 
in hot pursuit. He said this was the only time he saw Wash- 
ing laugh during the entire seven years. The records show 
that he enlisted Sept. 22, and was discharged Oct. 24, 1774. 
In the battle of Saratoga — 1777 — he was in Col. Chase's reg- 
iment, and was discharged June 11, 1777, as sergeant. At 
the time the British captured Buffalo, twenty miles west of 
Alden, wliere he lived during the war of 1812, he got out 
his sword, ground off the rust, and determined to enlist again 
in defence of the flag under which he had fought for seven 
long years ; he was finally dissuaded. He sold a farm when 
he went to Holland Purchase, in western New York in 1810, 
and took continental money — there was no other — and by the 
time he was ready to reinvest, the money was worthless, and 
his all was in his government's promise to pay, which it 
never fulfilled. He died at Alden, N. Y., in 1826. His wife 
died there in 1824.* For children see 247-256. 

100. Experience, born June 3, 1751, married Jedidah 
Willey, a relative of the Willey who was lost, (and his house 
that he had just left, saved,) in the slide in the White Moun- 
tains years ago. After her death he married Mary Stewart. 

He was graduated at Dartmouth College in 1776, having 
received degree of D.D. He was a Congregational minister, 

* From D. H. Allen's Lebanon, N. H. Centennial, 1861. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 31 

and labored a number of years in Western N. Y., and in 1778 
and 1779 preached at Thornton and Francestown, N. H. 
Aug. 23, 1780, he was ordained at Thornton and was dis- 
missed in the latter part of 1786 ; when, Dec. 26, he wrote a 
letter stating that he was willing ' ' to give back to the town as 
much of what the town gave me as indifferent men shall judge 
I ought to give up." The town voted to dismiss him but 
not ' ' to refer the above mentioned terms to indifferent men. ' ' 
June 6, 1787, as a member of the I/mdonderry presbytery he 
was installed first pastor of the Congregational church in 
Meriden, N. H., and dismissed May 7, 1792 ; but by a vote 
of the church Aug. 22, 1793, it appears that he continued to 
supply the pulpit and administer the ordinances for some 
time after his dismission. L,awrence's History of the N. H. 
Churches, page 570, says : " A good man of the name of 
Estabrook with a large family set down on a piece of land (in 
Bath, N. H.) with a view to farming and to receive what the 
people might be pleased to give him for preaching. Bowed 
down by sickness and poverty he only survived two or three 
years. ' ' 

At Bath, N. H., Nov. 8, 1795, notice was given of a meet- 
ing on Nov. 24 "to see if the town will hire Rev. Mr. E. on 
probation for settlement for any term of time," which was 
decided in negative. He died at Bath, N. H., Feb. 1799. 

Three marriages by him are recorded : June 30, 1796, Sept. 
29, 1796, and March 1, 1797. For children see 257-262. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ABIGAIL {Estabrook) CLAP. (23) 

101. Beulah, born Jan. 1, 1724; married in 1744 to Phi- 
neas Walker. 

102. Joel. 

103. Jerusha. 

104. Ashabel. 

105. Ann. 

106. Mary. 

107. John. 



32 FOUR TH GENERA TION. 

108. Silas. 

109. Daniel. 
no. Samuel. 

Descendants settled in Rutland, Hubbardstown and Sud- 
bury. 



CHILD OP REV. HOBART AND SARAH {Williams) ESTA- 
BROOK. (21). 

in. Hannah, born at Mansfield, Conn,, Aug. 17, 1744; 
died young. 



CHILDREN OF REV. HOBART AND JERUSHA {Chauncey) ES- 
TABROOK. (21). 

(All born at Millington, Conn.) 

112. Samuel, born in 1750; died at Milford, Conn., Oct. 
26, 1776, unmarried ; buried at Millington. 

113. Hobart, born in 1748 ; married June 20, 1773, Han- 
nah, daughter or sister ,of Gov. Paddleford, of R. I. He 
died Oct. 8, 1839, at Lebanon, N. H., aged ninety -one 
years. She died May 24, 181 1, at Chatham, Conn., in sixty- 
sixth year of her age, where she is buried ; slab at Milling- 
ton. His second wife was Ruth, widow of Jabez Strong, 
whom he married at Middle Haddam, Conn., Jan. 16, 1816. 
For children see 263-270. 

114. Chauncey, born in 1757 ; died Oct. 6, 1776, at East 
Chester, unmarried. Buried at Millington, Conn. 

115. Jerusha, married Dec. 5, 1781, Rev. Robert Rob- 
bins, of Westchester Parish, Colchester, Conn. She was his 
second wife ; his first wife was Ruth Kimberly, who died 
1769, leaving no children. He was born at Wethersfield, 
Conn., May 23, 171 1 ; graduated at Yale 1760; ordained 
1764; and died Jan. 22, 1804. Jerusha died May 29, 1822, 
at Colchester, Conn. For children see 271-278. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 



33 



CHILDREN OF CORNET D. AND HANNAH ( ) ESTA- 
BROOK. (24). 

(All born at Rutland, Mass.) 

116. Daniel, born July 26, 1737; died Sept. 21, 1740. 

117. Thaddeus, born May 22, 1739 ; died Sept. n, 1740. 

118. Hannah, born June 22, 1741 ; married June 5, 1760, 
Jesse Davis. 

119. Daniel, born 1743; married April 16, 1766, Persis, 
daughter of Hezekiah Newton, of Paxton, Mass. He died 
at Rutland, Mass., Aug. 21, 1797. She died Dec. 25, 1828, 
aged eighty-six years. For children see 279-286. 

120. Abigail, born Feb. 19, 1745 ; married May 16, 1766, 
Simon Phelps, of Rutland, Mass. 

121. Thaddeus, born March 2, 1747-8 ; married at 
Shrewsbury, Mass., Dec. 31, 1772, Sarah, daughter of Capt. 
Ross Wyman, of Shrewsbury, by Rev. Joseph Sumner. 
After her death he married, March 16, 1779, Deliverance, 
daughter of Ebenezer and Deliverance (Newton) Hunt, of 
Paxton, Mass. He died May 30, 1818. Deliverance was 
born Nov. 16, 1761, and died Nov. 17, 1842. She was 
willed by her father 21 yi acres of land. His will is in Vol. 
XII, p. 542 of Paxton Records. After his death she mar- 
ried at Paxton, Dec. 14, 1821, Joseph Hubbard. For 
children see 287-297. 

122. Benjamin, born May 4, 1750; married Oct. 12, 1787, 
Alice, widow of Luther Burgess. She died May 3, 1807, 
aged fifty-seven. He married (2d) Mrs. Patty Howe, of 
Rutland, Mass., (bans published Jan. 14, 1817). He was a 
farmer and was generally called " Brooks." He resided on 
the old turnpike in Hardwick, Mass., where he died Nov. 
14, 1828, and was buried. (Hist, of Hardwick, p. 369.) 
For children see 298-299. 

123. John, born March 22, 1752. 

124. Anne, born Dec. 30, 1754; married Jan. 29, 1778, 
Joseph Hunt, of Paxton, Mass., (born 1757). 

125. Elizabeth, born 1758. 



34 FOUR TH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND ABIGAIL ( ) ESTABROOK. (26) 

126. Lucy, bora in Rutland, Mass., Feb. 26, 1739 ; mar- 
ried at Holden, Mass,, Oct. 27, 1760, Luke More, and lived 
in N. H. She died Feb. 14, 1826. 

127. Jadediah, born in Rutland, Mass., Sept. 16, 1740; 
Harvard College, 1771 ; died Aug. 29, 1782. 

128. Samuel, born in Rutland, Mass., Feb. 3, 1742 ; died 
April 28, 1744. 

129. Benjamin, born in Princeton, Mass., May 21, 1744 ; 
married at Rutland, June 21, 1778, Abigail, daughter of 
Samuel and Abigail (Blodgett) Gates, of Framingham, Mass., 
(bora Aug, 16, 1752,) and moved from old Rutland, Mass., 
to Dummerston, Vt., soon after 1776. He died in D., May 
24,1830. She died Aug. 26, 1834. For children see 300-305. 

130. Molly, born Feb. 22, 1747 ; died April 29, 1781. 

131. Abigail, born July 1, 1749. 

132. Anne, born Sept. 2, 1750. 

133. Samuel, born April 14, 1753; died Nov. 1, 1757. 

134. Betty, born March 21, 1756. 

135. Elizabeth, born June 1, 1758. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND HULDAH {Temple) ESTA. 
BROOK. (31). 

136. Elijah, born at Concord, Mass., May 19, 1744. 

137. Samuel, born Oct. 15, 1747, married May 21, 1771-2, 
Sarah Marshall of Holden ; she died in 1820, aged seventy- 
seven. He was a carpenter, and resided on his farm, in the 
south-west part of W. Boyleston, Mass., afterwards in pos- 
session of John Phelps. He died in 1816. For children see 
306-308. 

138. Huldah, born Dec. 11, 1749. 

139. Mary, born Dec. 12, 1750. 

140. Hepzibeth, born July 1, 1753. 

141. Phebe, born Aug. 9, 1755; married (possibly) at 
Shrewsbury, Mass., Nov. 20, 1779, by Rev. Eleazer Fair- 
banks, to Ebenezer Inglesby, Jr. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 35 

CHILDREN OP ROBERT AND OLIVE (Townsend) ESTA- 
BROOK. (33). 

142. Abraham, born at Concord, Mass., Mar. 12, 1744; 
possibly, married Ruth Locke and resided at Ludlow, Vt., 
afterwards married Olive Adams. Moved to Rockingham, 
Vt., and afterwards resided in south part of Washington, N. 
H., where he held office in 1777. For children see 309-313. 

143. Olive, born Oct. 25, 1745. 

144. Sarah, born June 15, 1748. 

145. John, born Dec. 15, 1750; married May 14, 1789, 
Elizabeth Clark. She died Aug. 19, 1809, aged fifty-two. 
He resided in Westminister, Mass. For children see 314-318. 

146. Johnathan, born July 15, 1753 ; married June 22, 
1 78 1, Mary Flagg, his step-sister, (born at Salem, Mass., 
Sept. 8, 1755). He moved to Reading, Vt., about close of 
Revolution. He died at Reading, Vt., June, 15, 1807 ; she 
died at same place, Feb. 1, 1834, and is buried at the foot of a 
large rock in the old orchard, near the site of the old man- 
sion, at her request. In 1803 he was thrown from a horse, 
at the age of about forty -five, and so injured his head as to 
become blind, and finally died from the effects of that injury. 
For children see 319-327. 

147. Hannah, born Feb. 17, 1755. 

148. Thankful, born Dec. 16, 1759. 



CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND SUSANNA {Flagg) ESTA- 
BROOK. (33). 

149. Susanna, born at Concord, Mass., Feb. 28, 1765 ; 
married, Mar. 31, 1784, Ephraim Brooks, of Lincoln. She 
died Feb. 17. For children see 328-335. 

150. Betty, born Feb, 28, 1765 ; died Sept. 30, 1845. 

151. Rebecca, born Feb. 21, 1767; married Hugh Car- 
gill, Nov. 27, 1798. After his death, she married Paul 
Adams. For children see 336-339. 

3 



36 FOURTH GENERATION. 

SON OF SAMUEL AND HULDAH {Estabrook) EDWARDS. (42) 
152. Calvin, born at Concord, Mass., May 21, 1763. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND PRUDENCE ( — ) ESTA- 
BROOK, (32). 

153. Benjamin, born in Dunstable, Mass., Feb. 29, 
1744-5; married 1769, Sarah Heald, in Westford, Mass., 
where he resided. He died at Dunstable, of spotted fever, 
Jan. 24, 1813. For children see 340-346. 

154. Joel, born at Westford, Mass., March 3, 1748-9; 
married at Chelmsford, Mass., 1778, Abigail Underwood, 
(bans published Feb. 4, 1778). For children see 347-352. 

155. Jonah, born at Dunstable, Mass., April 2, 1751. 



CHILD OF AARON AND BETHIA {Ball) ESTABROOK, (35). 
156. Hannah, born Oct. 3, 1757. 



CHILD OF MOSES AND ESTHER {Corey) ESTABROOK, (36). 
(Born at Chelmsford, Mass.) 

157. Moses, born March 3, 1747 ; married Dec. 22, 1768, 
Sarah Adams. For children see 353-355. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND LYDIA ( Wheat) ESTABROOK. (37). 
(All born at Hollis, N. H.) 

158. Mary, born April 20, 1751. 

159. Elizabeth, born Nov. 2, 1753. 

160. Lydia, born Jan. 24, 1761. 

161. Joseph, born March 28, 1764. 



EST A BROOK GENEALOGY. 37 

FIFTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OP BENJAMIN AND HANNAH {Hubbard) ESTA- 
BROOK. (50) 

162. Joseph, born at Lexington, Mass., March 4, 1758; 
graduated at Harvard College, 1782. He studied divinity 
and was ordained and settled at Athol, Mass., Nov. 21, 1787, 
where he remained in the ministry forty-three years. He 
married Lucy, only daughter of Nathaniel Cushing, of Pem- 
broke, Plymouth Co , Mass., (born 1764 ; died 1828). He 
died suddenly, at Athol, April 30, 1830. For children see 
356-362. 

Although but a boy on the memorable morning of the 
Lexington fight, April 19, 1775, upon receiving the news of 
the approach of the British troops, (Regulars,) and before 
light in the morning having assisted his father in carrying 
his mother with a young infant (Solomon) in her arms, in an 
arm chair, about a mile back from the scene of danger, he 
seized his father's musket and joined the citizens who braved 
the English troops on that day. The bloody bodies of sev- 
eral who fell on that occasion in defence of provincial rights, 
were carried to his father's house by the assistance of the boy 
who afterwards became for so many years the devoted pastor 
of his people. His early experience was a sad one. In the 
battle, two of his comrades were killed, one each side of him, 
and there were two bullets went through the skirts of his 
coat and one through his hat. He had a great many eccen- 
tricities and was often called upon to settle difficulties in the 
church, and possessed a rare knowledge of human nature. 
In his manner he was affable and courteous to all. 

He was a man of uncommon worth, and one of nature's 
noblemen. He never let himself down below the proper 
standard of a minister and a christian, though he indulged 
in familiar conversation, often blended with humor, he had 
the talent of blending the wisdom of the serpent with the 
harmlessness of the dove. He seemed instinctively to read 



38 FIFTH GENERA TION. 

human character, which enabled him to adapt himself to all 
classes, and to use caution, or repose confidence, as his dis- 
cernment saw it to be expedient. He was everyone's friend, 
and this was the secret of his sharing so largely in the kind 
regard of others. He shared to an uncommon degree the 
confidence of his people, and was often let into many a fami- 
ly trial and difficulty which were studiously kept hid from 
the world. Thus he was able by soothing words and mild 
advice to plant the olive branch at the domestic fireside, 
which was the scene of discord and strife. Amusing anec- 
dotes might be related of his success as a pacificator in such 
cases, as well as in healing difficulties in the church. No 
one ever said aught against him, and all, if they had any- 
thing to say, were ready to speak in commendation of his 
prudence, kindness and moral worth. His character may 
have had blemishes, and if it had, they were like the spots 
on the sun — scarcely discernable amid the brightness of so 
many virtues. His mind was most happily balanced. 
Though not a great student nor deeply read in his profession, 
yet he was a very acceptable preacher. His sermons were 
evangelical in the correct sense of the term, and were replete 
with strong common sense. His services ever commanded 
attention, for their earnestness, simplicity and sincerity. 
There was ever a pertinency and directness that would be 
sure to make them remembered. He sought not popularity 
abroad, but to be useful ajhong his own people. The fruits 
of his ministry were visible in his church and society, which 
were large and flourishing. 

While nearly all the communities in New England had 
been rent by the great religious controversy between the 
Unitarians and Trinitarians, which had been in full blast for 
some years, the church in Athol was one of the last to suffer. 
So highly respected and esteemed was Mr. Estabrook, and so 
carefully had he guarded his flock from the controversies of 
the day, that the town had remained united until his death ; 
but when he died, as George W. Horr relates in his history 
of Athol in the ' ' History of Worcester County, " " the par- 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 39 

ish flew apart like one of those flowers called ' touch-me-not, ' 
and have remained so until this day. ' ' 

In his theological views his sympathies were more with 
the liberal portion of the clergy, yet he was disposed and de- 
sirous to cultivate ministerial intercourse with all his breth- 
ren. He disliked sectarian names and distinctions. He pre- 
ferred to be called a Biblical Christian, yet he used to say if 
he must be called by any name, he should prefer to be called 
"Baxterian." Baxter was a favorite with him, and when 
he sat for his portrait it was with a work of that pious author 
in his hand. Calvin was no favorite with him. His ser- 
mons never savored of the five points. In his views of 
Christ, he was probably a high Arian, yet he did not inter- 
est himself in the Unitarian controversy. He had no taste 
for controversy. He chose to breathe a more elevated atmos- 
phere than that which is usually inhaled amid the strife of 
tongues and pens. It was at home that Mr. Estabrook's 
sterling excellences of character shone in all their loveliness. 
He was given to hospitality. Under his roof he made his 
friends welcome, and to feel that they were so. There, with 
his worthy partner by his side, was the center of attraction, 
and those who shared the radiant smiles of his benignant 
countenance, felt that they were enjoying a benediction. 
There the poor forgot their poverty, the afflicted their sor- 
rows, and the rich their wealth. He made all, whatever 
might be their external condition, feel easy and happy in his 
presence. (Rev. Preserved Smith, 1850). 

163. Hannah, born Jan. 20, 1760; married April 6, 1785, 
Deacon Ebenezer Lawrence, of Woburn, Mass. She died 
in Nov. or Dec, 1835. 

164. Benjamin, born at Lexington, March 23, 1762 ; 
married Esther Russell. He died Oct. 29, 1819, aged fifty - 
seven. She died Jan. 3, 1813, aged forty-nine. He re- 
sided for a time in Danvers. For children see 363-368. 

165. Samuel, born Nov. 15, 1764; married, first, Polly 
Creasy ; second, Nabby Warren. He lived in Brookline, 
but at last returned to Lexington, where he died July 20, 
1814. 



4° FIFTH GENERATION. 

166. Martha, born June 22, 1765 ; married Sept. 23, 1794, 
Edmund Walden, of Sterling, Mass., and moved to Sterling, 
where she died March, 1822. 

167. Attai, born June 14, 1769; married Polly Pierce in 
1805. She died Nov. 6, 1826, and he died Sept. 29, 1836. 
For children see 369-374. 

168. Nathan, baptized May 10, 1772 ; married Sarah 
Smith, and moved to Ashby, Mass., in 1790. 

169. Solomon, born Dec. 18, 1774 ; married Lucy Davis, 
of New Ipswick, where he resided for a time, when he re- 
turned to Lexington and died Aug. 12, 1825, without issue. 

170. Melicent, born in Lexington, June 8, 1777 ; married 
William Stearns, of Waltham, and she died Aug. 28, 1844. 
Resided in Acton, Mass. No children. He died July 15, 
1844 Both buried in Acton cemetery. 



CHILDREN OP E3ENEZER AND RUTH {Reed) ESTABROOK, 

(55). 
(All born in Holden, Mass.) 

171. Molly, born Feb. 27, 1760; baptized at Lexington, 
June 3, 1760; married May 6, 1783, to Solomon C. Cheney 
at Holden. 

172. Hannah, born Feb. 27, 1762 ; married Sept. 2, 1783, 
to Thomas White, Jr., at Holden, (born Nov. 24, 1757). 

173. Ebenezer, born Feb. 19, 1764; married June 24, 
1790, to Eunice Muzzy, at Holden. After her death he 
married, March 26, 1793, Ruth Jones, at Holden. For 
children see 375-382. 

174. Jonathan, born April 4, 1766; married May 30, 1793, 
Eunice Goodale, (born Feb. 21, 1774), who died July 29, 
1855. Resided in Holden, Mass. He died April, 1829. 
For children see 383-392. 

175- James, born May 16, 1768 ; married Dec. 15, 1795, 
Betsey Lovell, at Holden, (born July 28, 1775). He died in 
Holden, Nov. 26, 1825. She died Feb. 22, 1826. For chil- 
dren see 393-398. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 41 

176. Joseph, born Aug. 1, 1770; died Sept. 6, 1846. 

177. John, born Jan. 11, 1773 ; married July 7, 1822, Han- 
nah Heywood, at Holden, Mass. She died Aug. 10, 1822. 
He died Oct. 9, 1847. 

178. Rhoda, born March 19, 1775 ; married Nov. 20, 
1794, Stephen Raymond, at Holden, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND GRACE {Estabrook) HURD. 

179. Benjamin, born Feb. 1, 1749-50. 

180. Joseph, born Dec. 21, 1752. 

181. Isaac, born July 27, 1756 ; was a physician at Con- 
cord, Mass. 

181a. A Child, buried Aug. 18, 1759. 



CHILDREN OF JOSIAH AND MELICENT {Estabrook) HARRIS. 

(58). 

182. Josiah, born Oct. 29, 1747. 

183. Samuel, born August 15, 1749. 

184. John, born Jan. 31, 1752. 

185. Melicent, born June 12, 1755. 

186. John, born Oct. 21, 1757. 

187. Ebenezer King, born June 9, 1762. 

188. Joseph, baptized Sept. 8, 1765. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ANNA {Bemis) ESTABROOK. (59). 
(All born at Westminster, Mass.) 

189. John, born Dec. 5, 1756 ; married by Rev. Aseph 
Rice, Nov. 25, 1790, to Hannah, daughter of Thomas and 
Hannah Conant (born in W. Nov. 13, 1750). He died in 
W. in 1825, leaving no children. 

190. Anna, born Sept. 15, 1758 ; married Oct. 26, 1778, 
Thomas Farnsworth, of Halifax, Vt. 

191. Mary, born Sept. 17, 1760; married at W. Dec. 26, 
1780, Joel Miles ; settled in Fitzwilliam, N. H. 



42 FIFTH GENERATION. 

192. Elizabeth, born Jan. 8, 1763; married, Oct., 1785, 
James Sawin of W. She died in W., 1854. 

193. Joseph, born March 13, 1765 ; died Oct. 8, 1772. 

194. Isaac, born April 9, 1767 ; died Oct. 20, 1772. 

195. Samuel, born Oct. 19, 1769; died July 25, 1773; 
struck by lightning. 

196. Thomas, born June 4, 1772 ; married June 1, 1797, 
Hepsabeth, daughter of Nehemiah and Submit (Bateman) 
Hunt, (born in Concord, Mass., Feb. 4, 1773, and died April 
20, 1 861). He died at W. May 30, 1849. For children see 
399-402. 

197. Melicent, born July 23, 1774; died Dec. 14, 1777. 

198. Joseph, born Nov. 1, 1776; married Feb. 27, 1806, 
Sarah, daughter of Thomas and Ruth (Rice) Conant, born 
in Fitzwilliam, N. H., Aug. 16, 1787, and died Jan. 23, 
1870 at W. He died Jan., 1826. He was a shoemaker in 
Gardner Farms, Mass. For children see 403-409. 

199. Isaac, born Aug. 31, 1778; married Sept. 6, 1810, at 
W. , Priscilla, daughter and sixth child of Thomas and Lydia 
(Pierce) Dunster, born Mar. 4, 1787. She was the fifth gen- 
eration from President Dunster. Isaac was a farmer, and 
died in W., April 18, 1849. She died at W., (Wachusetts 
village), Mar. 6, 1875, at the residence of her son Charles 
A. Both buried in W. For children see 410-416. 

200. Melicent, born Nov. 25, 1780; died April 20, 1867, 
unmarried. 

201. Samuel, born Nov. 21, 1784 ; married and went west 
to live ; had two sons and three daughters. 

202. Sally, born Jan. 24, 1787; married Artimus Smith of 
Sudbury, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF JEREMIAH AND ABIGAIL (Estabrook) HUNT. 

(60) 

203. Joseph. 

204. Abigail, married Nov. 25, 1777, in Dorchester, Mass., 
Nathan Tirrell. 



EST A BROOK GENEALOGY. 43 

CHILDREN OE NEHEMIAH AND ELIZABETH (Winship) ES- 
TABROOK. (62). 

205. Samuel, born Aug. 31, 1760; died Oct. 29, 1779, at 
Lexington, Mass. 

206. Nehemiah, born May 22, 1762 ; died Feb. 21, 1820, 
in Lunenburg, Mass. , where he lived some years, and where 
he married Dec. 18, 1785, Lucy Davis of Shirley, Mass. He 
married, second, Sept. 29, 181 1, widow, Elizabeth Hall ; she 
died Dec. 12, 1822, aged fifty-eight. For children see 417-421. 

207. Bessie, born April 9, 1764 ; married Wm. Blanchard, 
of Medford, Mass. ; she died April 3, 1819. For child see 
422. 

208. Lydia, born May 27, 1766 ; married, April 2, 1793, 
Samuel Jones, born April 6, 1766, and lived in West Cam- 
bridge, now Arlington, Mass., she died Nov. 30, 1822. For 
children see 423-426. 

209. Eliakim, born July 10, 1768; died March 10, 1772. 

210. Grace, born May 27, 1770; married Nathaniel Trask 
of West Cambridge ; she died June 17, 1815 ; resided in 
Charlestown, Mass. 

211. Eliakim, born at Lexington, Mass., Oct. 18, 1773; 
married Sept. 7, 1793, Hannah Crosby Cook, daughter of 
Ephraim and Hannah Cook, of W. Cambridge. They were 
married by Rev. James Green. They resided most of the 
time in W. Cambridge, though they returned to Lexington, 
where he died of consumption, April 19, 1835. He was a 
carpenter. She died Dec. 10, 1864, aged eighty-five years. 
For children see 427-441 . 

212. John, born May 7, 1775 ; married Aug. 31, 1800, 
Anna, daughter of Thomas Russell, and lived in West Cam- 
bridge. He died from the effects of an epidemic of fever and 
dysentery, Sept. 7, 1802, and his widow married (2d) Aug. 
7, 1808, Capt. Abner Stearns, by whom she had : Mary Ann, 
born May, 1809 ; Edward Harrison, born Dec. 1813 ; George 
Sullivan, born June, 1816 ; Albert T., born 1820 ; Henry A., 
born 1825. Anna died Nov. 29, 1839. For child see 442. 



44 FIFTH GENERA TION. 

213. Joseph, born at Lexington, Mass., Feb. 14, 1777; 
be settled in Hopkinton, N H., where he married, April 2, 
1799, Emma Stocker of that place, by Rev. C. Paige. She 
was born Feb. 2, 1780, and died March 16, 1823. He died 
there June 16, 1827. For children see 443-452. 

214. Samuel, born May 13, 1779; married April 30, 1803, 
I,ucy Saunders, and resided in West Cambridge ; she died 
July 27, 1806, aged twenty-six, and he married Aug. 9, 181 2, 
Sophia Winchester ; she died at Arlington, Mass., Jan. 26, 
1837, aged forty-seven years. He died July 7, 1839. For 
children see 453-454. 

215. Rebecca, born March 4, 1781 ; and died in Charles- 
town, Mass., unmarried, July 14, 1864. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND ANNA (Estabrook) KIDDER. (63) 

216. William, baptized Oct. 12, 1760. 

217. Robert, born Dec. 23, 1761. 

218. Anna, born Jan. 23, 1764; married Bela Mitchell. 

219. John, baptized Oct. 11, 1767. 

220. George, baptized Oct. 28, 1770. 

221. James, baptized Jan. 17, 1773 ; died Aug. 24, 1802, 
aged twenty-eight. 

222. Sarah, married Timothy Thompson, Jr. , 1796. 

223. Abigail, born 1776 ; married Ebenezer Jones. 

224. Rebecca, born March 1, 1783; married Lewis Sar- 
geant. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND SARAH {Robinson) ESTABROOK. 

(90) 
(All born at Holden, Mass.) 

225. Sarah, born June 10, 1763. 

226. Rebecca, born June 1, 1765. 

227. Joel, born Jan. 4, 1768 ; married at Boyleston, Mass., 
Oct. 17, 1792, Emma, daughter of Edward Rice, of Rutland, 
Mass., (born in Hubbardstown, Mass., Sept. 4, 1767); after 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 45 

her death he married Lucy, widow of David Brainard, nei 
Williams, (born in Middle Haddam, Conn., Dec. 15, 1768). 
She was mother of Anner Brainard who married David Esta- 
brook, (461). When married Joel was of Rutland, Mass. 
He was in Revolutionary war. He died at Jamaica, Vt. 
For children see 455-458. 

228. Ezra, born April 14, 1770 ; about 1778 he went to live 
with Mr. L,ovell, of Holden, Mass., and married in 1794, 
Eunice Goodell (or Goodale,) (born March, 1774, and died 
April 4, 183 1). He married (2d), June 19, 1832, widow Sarah 
Gleason ; she died Dec. 5, 1863, aged seventy-eight years and 
six months. Was in the Revolutionary war. He was cap- 
tain of a military company in Stratton, and held a number of 
town offices. (No children by second wife.) He died in 
Stratton, Vt., Jan. 23, 1851. For children see 459-465. 

229. Samuel. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND REBEKAH {Aspenwall) ESTA- 
BROOK. (95) 

(All born at Lebanon, N. H. ) 

230. Abigail, born June 26, 1767 ; died July 9, 1767. 

231. Bethiah, born Sept. 2, 1768; married May 2, 1793, 
Abraham, son of Wm. and Sarah Hoyt, at Lebanon, born 
Jan. 25, 1764 ; moved from Hartford, Vt., to Royalton, Vt. 
He died May 31, 1841 ; she died July 30, 1826. For children 
see 466-472. 

232. Anna, born May 21, 1770. 

233. Rodolphus, born Nov. 17, 1772 ; was selectman in 
1825-26 at Lebanon ; married ; died in 1841, leaving widow 
and eight children. For child see 473. 

234. Samuel, born April 8, 1774 ; possibly, married Bet- 
sey Brown. He died in 1823. For child see 474. 

235. Rebekah, born Feb. 9, 1775. 

236. Zermiah, born May 16, 1777. 

237. Eunice, born March 13, 1779. 



46 FIFTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND PHEBE {Palmer) ESTABROOK. 

(95) 

238. Nehemiah, born at Lebanon, N. H., April 12, 1783 ; 

married Jemima Quimby, before Samuel Robie, Esq., about 
1802. For children see 475-478. 

239. Joseph, born Nov. 6, 1784 ; married ; died in Cleve- 
land, O. 

240. Benjamin, born Jan. 26, 1787 ; married July 7, 1805, 
Mary Mason of Lebanon, N. H. For children see 479-482. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND THEODA {Porter) ESTABROOK, 

(96). 
(All boin at Mansfield, Conn.) 

241. Mary, born April 18, 1763; baptized Feb., 1764; 
died Oct. 31, 1766. 

242. Aaron, born Feb. 13, 1765 ; married Sarah Gusher. 
He died July 26, 1851. She died Dec. 6, 1857. For chil- 
dren see 483-488. 

243. Hobart, born Jan. 18, 1767 ; married March 20, 
1793, Anna, (born at Lebanon, N. H., July 8, 1772), third 
daughter of Levi and Jemima (Martin) Hyde. They set- 
tled at Lebanon, where she died Feb. 7, 1804. He married 
(2d) Cynthia U. Traboo, April 10, 18 10, who died at Le- 
banon Nov. 28, 1870, aged eighty -four. He died at Le- 
banon March 4, 1825. For children see 489-492. 

244. Mary, born Feb. 9, 1769; married Judge Chase, of 
Cornish, N. H. 

245. Hannah, born July 29, 1771 ; married at Lebanon 
Nov. 7, 1799, Nelson Cotton. 

246. Porter, born Oct. i, 1773. 



CHILDREN OF NEHEMIAH AND ELIZAEETH {Slapp) ESTA- 
BROOK, (99). 

(All born at Lebanon, N. H.) 

247. Daniel, born June 19, 1772 ; died ; Feb. 7, 1774. 

248. Hareldus, born June, 1785. Went to Canada in 
early married life. He married Abigail, daughter of Abel 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 47 

Wilder, of Montpelier, Vt., in 1815. She was born May 5, 
1789. In 1833 moved to Sangmon Co., 111., eight miles 
from Springfield, with a colony of Canadians. He was a 
carpenter. He died Aug. 4, 1846. Abigail lived with her 
daughter, Mary S., after her husband's death, till she died, 
July 12, 1883. Both buried in Farmingdale, Sangmon Co., 
111. For children see 493-497. 

249. Nehemiah, born 1790; went to Alden, N. Y., in 
1 810, with his father and brother-in-law, Joseph Freeman. 
He was in the war of 181 2 and had several very narrow es- 
capes from death. Was at one time wrecked on the river, 
and made the shore, where the only mode of saving himself 
was by pulling out slate stones with his hands to make 
places for his feet to climb a very steep, high bank. Was 
sent across the Niagara river with a wounded soldier, just 
before the Americans were driven down Queenstown Heights, 
and every man perished save one drummer, who was caught 
in a tree by his drum strap. Was lounging when off duty, 
in a very much exposed position, at a time when the British 
were bombarding the opposite shore from Fort Erie, when 
the commanding officer passed by remarking, ' ' They will 
make a target of you if you remain there;" he had not 
more than walked away, when a solid shot struck precisely 
where he had been lying. He married Betsey Canfield, who 
died in 1888 in Milwaukee, Wis., aged ninety -one years. 
He died in Milwaukee in 1880. For children see 498-499. 

250. John, born March 18, 1793 ; married March 25, 1817, 
Harriet, (born Sept. 29, 1800), daughter of Nathaniel and 
Caroline (Fay) Evans. He was a soldier in the war of 181 2- 
15. In 1810 with his father he located as a farmer on the 
Holland Purchase, east of Buffalo, N. Y., where he after- 
wards resided. He was a ruling elder of the Presbyterian 
church. He died Feb. 9, 1864, in Alden, N. Y. His wife 
died at Mansfield, O., April 29, 1888. For children see 500- 
501. 

251. , daughter, married a Dr. Smalley, who was once 

Grand Master of the Grand Lodge, F. & A. M., of N. H. 



48 FIFTH GENERATION. 

252. Cynthia, married an Adams, who died, and she af- 
terwards married Daniel Bailey, of Darien, N. Y. For 
children see 502-503. 

253. Nancy, married Sept. 9, 1806, Joseph Freeman, and 
in 1 8 10 with her father moved to Alden, N. Y. For children 
see 504-508. 

254. Mehitable, married Daniel Bailey, of Darien, N. Y. ; 
she died Dec, 1838, without issue; and he then married 
Cynthia Adams, her sister. 

255. Betsey, was a school teacher, and lived single. 
Died somewhere in Genessee Co., N. Y. , aged forty years. 

256. Polly, married a Mr. Docke, in Batavia, N. Y. For 
children see 509-5 1 1 . 



CHILDREN OP REV. EXPERIENCE AND JEDIDAH {Willey) 
ESTABROOK. (100). 

257. Seth Willey, born in 1785 ; married April 19, 1812, 
at Lebanon, N. H., Hannah, daughter of Moses and Han- 
nah (Alden) Hebard, by Rev. Isaiah Potter. She was born 
in 1789 or 1 79 1. When a boy he lived with a fanner named 
Deacon Storrs, in Peacham, Vt. She was a direct descend- 
ant from John Alden who came over in the ' ' Mayflower, ' ' 
the hero of Longfellow's "Courtship of Miles Standish." 
Seth was a farmer and miller at Alden, N. Y., where he died 
in 1840. Alden, N. Y., was named from Mrs. Hebard. For 
children see 512-516. 

258. Joseph, born at Bath, Grafton Co., N. H., Aug. 17, 
1792 ; lived with Deacon Ely in Dong Meadow, Conn., till 
he was twenty ; he married at Bath, N. H., in 1813, Susanna 
Merrill ; served in the war of 18 12, "for which he drew a pen- 
sion through life ; moved to western N. Y., in 1833, living 
near Alden ; moved to Mich, in fall of 1838, taking up land 
three miles south-west of Clinton, Lenawee Co. ; he died at 
Ypsilanti, Mich., in 1877. For children see 517-522. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 49 

CHILDREN OF REV. EXPERIENCE AND MARY {Stewart) 
ESTABROOK. (100). 

259. John Stewart, early in the present century went 
south, died and was buried there. 

260. Ethan, born in 1793 ; was educated mostly at Pea- 
cham, Vt., and taught school on Long Island until about 
1830, when he became secretary of the Naval Constructor at 
the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. In 1839, upon the fitting out of 
a fleet whose flag ship was the "Constitution," he was in- 
duced to accept the position of professor of mathematics in 
that squadron. Upon the arrival of the fleet at San Fran- 
cisco it was found that the office of Consul was vacant, and 
the Commodore left him at that point as consular agent. 
He was one of the first aldermen of the city of Brooklyn, 
and at the time of his death, in 1859, was the Comptroller 
of that city. (It is said that he had two children ; Ellen, 
who lived in Vermont, and John, who died.) 

261. Cynthia, born in Grafton Co., N. H., about 1790; 
married Samuel Merrill, brother of John, (below) ; Oct. 15, 
1 8 10, she married Jacob Hurd. Both died in Orleans Co., 
Vt., childless. 

262. Hannah, born in Grafton Co., N. H., about 1790; 
married John Merrill, lived at Bath, N. H., and went to 
Michigan, where both died childless. 



CHILDREN OE HOBART AND HANNAH {Paddleford) ESTA- 
BROOK. (113) 

263. Hannah, born Feb. 15, 1774; married Sept. 15, 1794, 
Hurlbut Swan ; she died Sept 18, 1831. He was born Jan. 
10, 1773, and died May 28, 1838. For children see 523-533. 

264. Jerusha, born at E. Haddam, Conn., Sept. 18, 1775 ; 
married Ira Gates. She died March 31, 1863. For children 

see 534-538. 

265. Mary, died July 25, 1781, aged five weeks and three 

days. 



50 FIFTH GENERATION. 

266. Mary, born Dec. 10, 1784, at East Haddam, Conn. ; 
married at East Haddam, Conn., to George Little, (born Nov. 
23, 1782 ; died June 18, 1852, at Montrose, Pa.) ; she died 
Sept. 13, 1836. For children see 539-544. 

267. Anna, born 1778 ; about 1800, married Ambrose 
Niles, at East Haddam, Conn., who died at Surrinam, Jan. 
13, 1805, aged twenty-eight; about 1812, she married John 
Markham. She died Feb. 8, 1849. John Markham died 
April 15, 1852, aged ninety-six. They resided at Middle 
Haddam, Conn. For children see 545-549 

268. Olive, died Dec. 20, 1792, aged eleven years. 

269. Hobart, born May 9, 1787, at Millington, Conn., 
married May 16, 1809, Asenath, daughter of Robert and 
Asenath (Cone) Harvey, of same place, (born Dec. 15, 1789). 
Until 1827, he resided in the Estabrook house at the corner 
of the Green at Millington, and in Nov. of that year, as agent 
for the State of Connecticut, he moved with his family to 
Newfield, N. Y., and took charge of the selling of 16,000 
acres of land belonging to the Connecticut School Fund. 
In 1866 he moved to Havana, N. Y., and resided there until 
his death, May 18, 1872. She died at Havana, Feb. 25, 1877. 
They are both buried in the Estabrook cemetery in Poney 
Hollow, Newfield, N. Y. Both were consistent members of 
the Presbyterian church. He was commissioned captain of 
a company in the war of 1812, by Gov. Oliver Wolcott. For 
children see 550-559. 

270. Rhoda, died July 31, 1806, aged sixteen years. 



CHILDREN OF REV. ROBERT AND JERUSHA {Estabrook) 
ROBBINS, (115). 

271. Ruth Kimberly, married Henry Champion, of Col- 
chester, Conn., and died in Troy, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1863. 
For children see 560-563. 

272. Jerusha, married Eli Northam. 

273. Robert Chauncey, died in Troy, N. Y., unmarried. 

274. Samuel Wells, died in Georgia, leaving son Robert 
Chauncey. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 51 

feW " 

275. Amatus, was an eminent physician in Troy, N. Y.; 
married Julia Burritt, and died Jan 15, 1854, without issue. 

276. Bela, died without issue at Colchester, Conn. 

277. Meroe, died unmarried. 

278. Mondana, married Revillo Cone Usher, and has 
children. Resided at Westchester Society, Conn. 



CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND PERSIS {Newton) ESTABROOK. 

("9)- 
(All born in Rutland, Mass.) 

279. Daniel, born Nov. 15, 1767 ; married May 1, 1800, 
Isabella Kelly, and died at R. Sept. n, 1816. 

280. Jadadiah, borrf Dec. 17, 1768 ; married April 18, 
1792, Elizabeth ChafSn (born Dec. 17, 1770, and died July 
18, 1823). He married (2d) Dec. 23, 1824, Mrs. Nabby Read. 
He died at R. Feb. 15, 1845. For children see 564-571. 

281. Jonah, born Jan. 25, 1770 ; married Elizabeth Foster 
of Paxton, after March 15, 1794 ; she died between 1802 and 
1807, and he married (2d) Sally . For children see 

572-573- 

282. Samuel, born Aug. n, 1772 ; died March 14, 1776. 

283. Silas, born June 26, 1774. 

284. Persis, born Sept. 26, 1776 ; married Dec. 5, 1799, 
Samuel King of Rutland, Mass. For children see 574-577. 

285. Sophia, born Sept. 26, 1776 ; married Aug. 31, 1819, 
Eliphalet How. 

286. Samuel, born June 10, 1779 ; married Dec. 2, 1804, 
Hannah, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (More) Robin- 
son (born April 24, 1783, and died Feb. 8, 1871). They re- 
sided in Rutland where he died Oct. 12, 1863. For children 
see 578-586. 

CHILDREN OF THADDEUS AND SARAH ( Wyman) ESTA- 
BROOK. (121). 

(All born in Rutland, Mass.) 

287. Susanna, born Nov. 22, 1773 ; married May 3, 1795, 
Samuel Williams. 

4 



52 FIFTH GENERATION. 

288. Sarah, born Nov. 2, 1775 ; married April 22, 1800, 
Stephen Williams of Marlboro, Mass. ; she died in Sterling, 
Mass-, Dec. 27, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF THADDEUS AND DELIVERANCE {Hunt) 
ESTABROOK. (121). 

(All born in Rutland, Mass.) 

289. Delia, born Nov. 12, 1779; married Nov. 4, 1804, 
Silas Newton of Marlboro, Mass. 

290. Hannah, born Nov. 11, 1781. 

291. Taylor, born April 12, 1785 ; married Jan. 26, 1809, 
Sallie, daughter of Jedediah and Elizabeth (Howe) Stone of 
Rutland. He died in R. June 5, 1871. She died there April 
6, 1881, aged ninety-five years, one month, twenty-one days. 
For children see 587-598. 

292. William, born April 5, 1787. 

293. Elizabeth, born July 23, 1790; married Sept. 1, 
1810, John Davis of Holden, Mass. 

294. John, born April 14, 1792 ; married Dec. 10, 1812, 
Dolly, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Hayword) Forbes of 
R. She died May 9, 1877, aged eighty -two years, one 
month, four days. He died Nov. 12, 1879. For children 
see 599-606. 

295. Ross Wyman, born April 19, 1798 ; married June 
9, 1819, Abigail B., daughter of Deacon David Davis (broth- 
er of honest John Davis, governor of Massachusetts), of Pax- 
ton, Mass. He died Nov. 14, 1840. For children see 607- 
609. 

296. Abigail, born March 9, 1801 ; died Oct. 10, 1857. 

297. Dwight, born in Paxton, Mass., June 9, 1803 ; mar- 
ried Oct. 5, 1824, Abi Brown (born in Douglas, Mass., Nov. 
2, 1802). He died in Paxton, Mass., Sept. 28, 1842; and 
she then married Nathaniel Libby of Sutton, Mass., who 
was born in S. Dec. 29, 1791, and died there March 29, 1852 ; 
she married (3d) John A. Smith of Leicester, Mass., who 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 53 

was born in Rutland, Mass., 1786, and died in D- Dec. 25, 
1859. She is now living at Worcester, Mass., with her son, 
D. Franklin Fstabrook. For children see 610-614. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND ALICE (Burgess) ESTA- 
BROOK. (122). 

(Born at Hard wick, Mass.) 

298. Hannah, born Jan. 14, 1788 ; died May 24, r8n, un- 
married. 

299. Arathusa, born Oct. 25, 1789; married Dec. 1, 1836, 
David Whipple. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND ABIGAIL (Gates) ESTA- 
BROOK, (129). 

(All born in Dummerston, Vt.) 

300. Lydia, born Nov. 6, 1778; married, Oct. 4, 1801, 
Wm. French, (born Oct. 9, 1778) ; moved to Springville, 
Erie Co., N. Y., about 1832, where she died May 21, 1849. 
For children see 615-617. 

301. Abigail, born Oct. 1, 1780 ; died in Dummerston 
Nov. 8, 1848, unmarried. 

302. Joel, born Jan. 25, 1782 ; married, Jan. 24, 1807, 
Mary Sargeant, daughter of Samuel and Mary Sargeant, of 
Leicester, Mass., (born June 27, 1784, and died July 26, 
1830). He bought real estate in Newfane, (Williamsville), 
Vt., in 1815, and resided there until 1845, when he sold out. 
In 1835, he married there, Mrs. Anna Ingram, nei Sargeant. 
He died in Marlboro. Vt., Jan 6, 1872. For children see 
618-624. 

303. Jedediah, born May 22, 1784 ; married Sept. 16, 
1810, Persis Cutter, widow of Erastus Babcock, (born Mar. 
8, 1787 ; died Oct. 24, 1857). He was a physician, resided 
and died in Dover, Vt., Aug. 15, 1853. For children see 
625-635. 



54 FIFTH GENERATION. 

304. Hannah, born Dec. 29, 1788 ; died Oct. 14, 1843, 
unmarried. 

305. Benjamin, born Nov. 4, 1790; married Jan. 8, 1817, 
'Clarissa, daughter of Abram Farr of Windham, Vt, (born 
Jan. 22, 1793, and died May 11, 1839. He married, (2d), 
Mar. 30, 1840, L,ydia Pratt, of Newfane, Vt., (born Oct. 31, 
1798, and died Oct. 4, 1890). He learned the blacksmith 
trade of Fbenezer Miller, who married Anna Farr, sister of 
Mrs. F. He engaged in business on the paternal farm in 
Dummerston, Vt., and took care of his parents through 
life. In 1835, he purchased the blacksmith shop and dwell- 
ing-house of Royal Miller, where he resided at the time of 
his death, Mar. 14, 1870. He worked at his forge sixty-three 
years ; was universally respected for his upright Christian 
character ; was always active in every good work ; a kind- 
hearted and obliging neighbor, and one of the oldest mem- 
bers of the Congregational Church there, at the time of his 
death. For children see 636-639. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND SARAH {Marshall) ESTABROOK. 

(137) 

306. Huldah, born at Holden, Mass., June 11, 1772. 

307. A son, born at Holden, Mass., May 31, 1775. 

308. Betty, born at Holden, Mass., May 4, 1779. 



CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM AND OLIVE [Adams) ESTABROOK. 

(142) 
(All born in Washington, N. H.) 

309. Olive, married Nathan Metcalf, resided in Washing- 
ton, N. H., and afterward moved to Avon, N. Y. 

310. Hannah, born Dec. 13, 1777 ; married a Mr. Johnson. 

311. Abraham, born Dec. 26, 1779 ; died unmarried. 

312. Rebecca, born Oct. 5, 1782 ; married a Mr. Damon. 

313. John, born Aug. 30, 1785 ; married a Wheelock. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 55 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH (Clark) ESTABROOK. 

(145) 

314. John, born June 13, 1790; died Nov. 3, 1801. 

315. Elizabeth, born Feb. 16, 1792 ; married Samuel But- 
trick, April 11, 1817. For children see 640-641. 

316. Rebecca, born Sept. 14, 1795. 

317. Abigail, born May 7, 1797. 

318. Child (stillborn), May 1, 1798. 



CHILDREN OF JONATHAN AND MARY (Flagg) ESTABROOK. 

(146) 

319. Sally, born April 14, 1782 ; died in June, 1805, at 
Reading, Vt. , unmarried. She had an illegitimate daughter 
who married Collins Hathorn, of Alden, N. Y., and was liv- 
ing in 1886. 

320. Susanna, born Dec. 8, 1783 ; married in 1829, Isaac 
Hemingway. No children. She died Dec. 23, 1871. 

321. Mary, born Nov. 9, 1785 ; married Wm. Kidder, of 
Darien, N. Y., in 1817. She died there Feb. 17, 1864. For 
children see 642-645. 

322. Johnathan, born Jan. 6, 1788; married Rhoda Hath- 
orn, of Reading, Vt., in 18 14, settled in Alden, N. Y., where 
he died Sept. 16, 1867. She was living in 1887, aged ninety- 
three. For children see 646-648. 

323. Thomas, born Aug. 21, 1789; married Aug., 1811, 
Sybil, oldest child of Thomas Brown, of Reading, Vt. He 
occupied his father's homestead for a number of years and 
about 1838 moved to Lunenburg with his youngest son. He 
died at Lunenburg, Mass., Dec. 28, 1871. She died in 1886 
aged ninety-two, at her son's in Lunenburg. For children 
see 649-655. 

324. Rebecca, born Jan. 31, 1791 ; married Enoch Wins- 
low in 1816, and died in June, 1825, at Bennington, N. Y. 

325. Ann, born Aug. 26, 1792; married Benj. Hathorn; 
died Dec. 13, 1866, at Plymouth, Vt. For children see 656- 
658. 



56 FIFTH GENERATION. 

326. Hannah, born Nov. 10, 1794; married Rufus Kid- 
der, of Darien, N. Y., where she died March, 1844. For 
children see 659-660. 

327. Olive, born Sept. 14, 1796 ; married Jacob Vander- 
heysen, of Utica, N. Y., and died in 1880 at Eureka, Cal. 
Has son John in San Francisco, Cal. 



CHILDREN OF EPHRAIM AND SUSANNA {Estabrook) BROOKS. 

(149) 

328. Ephraim, born at Concord, Mass, Aug. 14, 1784. 

329. Susanna, born Feb. 17, 1786. 

330. Robert, born Aug. 2, 1787. 

331. Benjamin, born April 22, 1789. 

332. Charlotte, born May 16, 1791. 

333. Lucy, born April 23, 1793. 

334. Rebecca, born April 24, 1795. 

335. Elizabeth, born March 2, 1798. 



CHILDREN OF PAUL AND REBECCA {Estabrook) ADAMS. (151) 

336. Rebecca, born Dec. 27, 1801. 

337. Eliza, born Feb. 2, 1803. 

338. Almira, born Jan. 30, 1804. 

339. Lydia Hayward, born Nov. 12, 1809. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND SARAH {Heald) ESTABROOK. 

(153) 
(Born in Westford, Mass.) 

340. Thomas, born in 1770. 

341. Joel, born in 1772 ; was in Hancock, N. H., as early 
as 1800; married Dec. 22, 1812, Mrs. Sarah (Brooks) Tay- 
lor, who died June 10, 1859, aged eighty years. For chil- 
dren see 661-662. 



ESTABROOK G'ENEALOGY. 57 

342. Benjamin, born Oct. 28, 1774 ; married at Hancock, 
N. H., March 11, 1804, Sibyl, daughter of Salmon and Sibyl 
(Whittemore) Wood, (born in Rindge, N. H., Dec. 19, 1783). 
When married he was of Alstead, N. H. He went to Wor- 
cester, Vt., about 1825, and moved to Middlesex, Vt., in 
March, 1829, where he died June 29, 1833, and was buried in 
the North Branch Cemetery, Middlesex, Vt. His wife died 
in Manchester, Vt., Oct. 1, 185 1. For children see 663-669. 

343. Hosea, born at Westford, near the head of Long- 
sought-for Pond, Aug. 27, 1779. He was a blacksmith. He 
went to Hancock, N. H., as early as 1802 ; married March 
22, 1810, Mary Moors, who was then living in the family of 
Oliver Lawrence ; settled first near Norway Pond, afterwards 
went to live with Mr. Lawrence, and in 1818 purchased a 
piece of land in the eastern part of the town, and built a 
house, where he continued to live until his death, Dec. 25, 
1859. His wife was born Aug. 27, 1786, and died Nov. 18, 
1844. His children have from the first borne the name of 
" Brooks," having dropped the "Esta." For children see 
670-676. 

344. Sarah, born 1781 ; married Jan. 24, 1801, John French 
of Dunstable, Mass. 

345. Rhoda, born 1783 ; married Feb. 21, 1807, Cyrus 
Taylor of Dunstable, Mass. 

346. Olive. 



CHILDREN OF JOEL AND ABIGAIL (Underwood) ESTA- 
BROOK. (154). 

(All born in Westford, Mass.) 

347. Abigail Underwood, born 1779. 

348. Sophia, born 1781. 

349. Polly, born 1782. 

350. Susanna, born 1784. 

351. Joel, born 1788. 

352. Sarah, born 1790. 



58 SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OP MOSES AND SARAH {Adams) ESTABROOK. 

(157) 
(All born at Chelmsford, Mass.) 

353. Sally, born Jan. 6, 1777. 

354. Walter, born Nov. 8, 1782. 

355. Betsey, born July 28, 1785. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF REV. JOSEPH AND LUCY (Cashing) ESTA- 
BROOK. (162) 

356. Turner, born at Athol, Mass., April 18, 1790; (H. 
C. 1810) ; was admitted to the bar, but having had typhoid 
fever while in college, never fully recovered, he went south, 
where he was drowned in 1816 while crossing a river, as was 
supposed, as no intelligence was ever obtained of him or his 
boat. Unmarried. 

357. Lucy Cushing, born Jan. 19, 1793 ; married Jan 15, 
1818, Abner Young. Both born at Athol. She died 1861. 
For children see 677-681. 

358. Nathaniel C, born April 9, 1795 ; graduated at 
Williams College ; married Mehetabel Cushing, a cousin, of 
Pembroke, Mass. Was a merchant in Camden, Me., and 
then a farmer at Leominster, Mass. He preferred a military 
life to a profession and was made general. His wife did not 
live long after marriage. He died Sept. 30, 1875. For child 
see 682. 

359. Joseph Hubbard, born Oct. 15, 1797 ; was gradu- 
ated from Williams College in 1818, being the oldest alumnus 
at the time of his death. He was also a graduate of the 
Harvard Medical School, 1821, and studied in Boston with 
the celebrated Dr. Ezekiel Cushing. He settled in Camden, 
Me., in 1821, and practiced there fifty years. He was de- 



EST A BROOK GENEALOGY. 59 

monstrator of anatomy in the Brunswick Medical School 
many years ago, and delivered the first opening address 
there. For two years he was president of the Maine Medical 
Association during its early days. He married in 1823, Car- 
oline, daughter of Samuel Jacobs, of Camden, Me. She 
died in 1871. He died at Rockland, Me., July 5, 1885. He 
was a whig. As a surgeon he had few superiors in Maine, 
his name figures among the foremost physicians in the allo- 
pathic school, and he acquired quite a wide repute as a con- 
sulting physician. 

He gave almost his whole strength and attention to the 
work of his profession, rarely, if ever, turning aside to inter- 
est himself more than incidentally in other matters, though 
not wanting in puplic spirit, or altogether unknown even in 
the affairs of politics. It is said he was once a candidate for 
state senator though not elected to that position. He kept 
himself well informed respecting current events, and main- 
tained a lively interest in all that concerned the general wel- 
fare of the community in which he lived, and of the country. 

But he was known in his life and will be remembered as a 
physician. As such, he had an enviable reputation. Pos- 
sessing a most sympathetic and kindly spirit, he was always 
ready to answer the calls of the sick, and never failed to do 
all in his power to relieve the sufferings of men. 

As a man, Dr. E. was among the most worthy and best ; 
as a citizen, he was honored and honorable ; as a friend, true 
and faithful, and strongly attached to those whom he es- 
teemed his friends ; as a husband and father, loving and 
much loved ; as a physician, eminent, highly esteemed both 
by the people in general and by his own profession, greatly 
honored among his brethren for his knowledge and skill, and 
for his kindly and courteous spirit as well. 

After a long and exceptionally useful life of almost ninety 
years, he has gone to his rest. Honored, loved and trusted 
in his life, he will be pleasantly and gratefully remembered, 
not only by the surviving members of his own family, but 
by all those who yet remain of the vast multitude to whom 



60 SIXTH GENERATION. 

he has ministered in sickness, and with whom he has asso- 
ciated in health, while not a few to whom he has never 
ministered or even been personally known, will remember 
him and feel that they almost knew him, from the frequent 
mention of his name in their homes, as a man whom father 
and mother trusted, honored and loved. For children see 
683-695. 

360. Marcia, born May 8, 1799 ; married April 18, 1819, 
Theodore Jones, a merchant, and resided at Athol, Mass. 
He died Jan. 2, 1830. She died there Jan. 14, 1888. For 
children see 696-704. 

361. Fidelia, born May 8, 1801 ; married Rev. Preserved 
Smith, 1837, late of Greenfield, Mass. She died 1882. For 
children see 705-706. 

362. Benjamin, born Nov. 23, 1803 ; died Oct. 19, 1872. 
He married Candace Holbrook. He was a farmer. She 
died . No children. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND ESTHER [Russell) ESTA- 
BROOK. (164). 

363. Susan, born Aug. 20, 1783 ; married Benjamin Winn, 
and lived in Salem, Mass. 

364. Benjamin, born in Danvers, June 7, 1785 ; died at 
Topsham, Vt. 

365. Walter R., born Nov. 22, 1787 ; married in Salem, 
Mass., in 1811, Fydia Palmer, who died in Boston, Mass., 
May 3, 1873. He was a blacksmith, and resided in Salem. 
He was in several of the campaigns of the war of 1812, and 
died May 5 (21), 1821, from the effect of wounds received in 
that war. For children see 707-712. 

366. Hannah, born 1789 ; died in six months. 

367. Hannah, born March n, 1791 ; died at Salem April 
19, 1811. 

368. William, born 1793 ; died in Ivexington, 1858. 



E STAB ROOK GENEALOGY. 6 1 

CHILDREN OF ATTAI AND POLLY (Pierce) ESTABROOK. 

(167) 

369. Benjamin, born 1806 ; died Nov. 19, 1826, from an 
injury received from the rebound of a gun. 

370. Hannah, born Jan. 5, 181 1 ; married Jan 14, 1835, 
Geo. Simonds ; resided at Lexington. She died Aug. 10, 
1878. For children see 713-717. 

371. Solomon, born April 1, 1815; married April 3, 1837, 
Elizabeth C. Blodgett. She died Sept. 20, 1881. He died 
at Lexington, Mass., Oct. 24, 1889. For children see 718- 
720. 

372. Abigail, born Dec. 16, 1819; married April 7. 1846, 
Luke W. Wright, of Ashby, Mass. She died Oct. 1, 1874. 
They resided in Iyexington, Mass. For children see 721- 
724. 

373- Joseph, born May 4, 1821 ; married Feb. 17, 1846, 
Nancy Raymond of Littleton, and resided in East Acton, 
Mass. She was born May 31, 1825, and died Aug. 6, 1869. 
He died July 25, 1887, and was buried in the family lot at 
Acton, Mass. For children see 725-733. 

374. Elizabeth, born Dec. 1, 1823 ; died June 23, 1848. 



CHILDREN OF EBENEZER AND RUTH (Jones) ESTABROOK. 

(173). 

375. Clarissa, born at Paxton, Mass., May 10, 1796 ; died 
at P. May 24, 1803. 

376. Jones, born at P. Feb. 21, 1798 ; married at Holden, 
Mass., March 25, 1821, Sally Davis. For children see 734- 

735- 

377. Adeline, born at P. Feb. 17, 1800; married at Hol- 
den, Jan. 9, 1823, Ebenezer Newton. 

378. Homer, born at P. Feb. 17, 1800. 

379. Polly, born at P. May 6, 1804. 

380. Stillman, born at P. July 14, 1806 ; married at Hol- 
den, Mass., April 4, 1833, Rebeckah B. Read of Rutland. 

381. Angelina, born at P. Aug. 12, 1808 ; married at Hol- 
den, June 10, 1835, Caleb Kendall, jr. 



62 SIXTH GENERATION. 

382. Austin, born at Holden, Mass., June 16, 1813 ; mar- 
ried after April 9, 1836, Keisa R. Gibbs. 



CHILDREN OF JONATHAN AND EUNICE [Goodale) ESTA- 
BROOK. (174). 

(First six born at Holden, Mass.) 

383. Washington, born Sept. 2, 1794; married in Prince- 
ton, Mass., Sept. 2, 1821, Lydia, (born in Princeton, Dec. 
17, 1801), daughter of Jacob W. and I,ydia Watson. She 
died in Princeton, Oct. 3, 1863. Moved from Holden to 
Princeton about 1821. At one time he kept a hotel in 
Princeton near Sterling line. Moved to Grafton about 1864, 
where he died April 18, 1875. For children see 736-747. 

384. John, born June 16, 1796 ; married, May 5, 1829, 
Amanda Davis, (born July 5, 1801). He died Oct. 9, 1847 ; 
she died Feb. i, 1880. For children see 748-752. 

385. Eunice, born June 10, 1798 ; married May 1, 1822, 
Warren Flagg, at Holden ; died May 23, 1858. 

386. Harriet, born June 28, 1800 ; married April 2, 1822, 
John Watson. She died Sept. 6, 1845. 

387. Joseph, born Feb. 10, 1803 ; married, May 17, 1826, 
Mahitable Mason, (born in Barre, Vt., Sept. 5, 1801). He 
died Sept. 6, 1846, at Holden. She died Oct. 6, 1859, at 
Holden. For children see 753-759. 

388. Clarissa, born Jan. 3, 1805 ; married, Nov. 9, 1826, 
at Holden, Willis Smith, and resided in Rutland, Mass. 

389. Mary (Polly) Holman, born June 7, 1807 ; mar- 
ried, Feb. 24, 1825, David Kendall, at Holden ; died Sept. 
22, 1838. 

390. Alona, born Oct. 9, 1809; married, Dec. 28, 1831, 
Simon G. Harrington, at Holden ; she died Nov. 2, 1847. 

391. Ebenezer, born Aug. 20, 1812 ; died Sept. 23, 1813. 

392. Ebenezer Reed, born July 18, 1817 ; married, Dec. 
3, 1840, Jane Boyden, at Holden. For children see 760- 
764. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 63 

CHILDREN OP JAMES AND BETSEY {Lovell) ESTABROOK. 

(175). 
(All bom at Holden, Mass,) 

393. James, born Sept. 4, 1796.; married, Nov. 15, 1822, 
Almira Read, of Rutland, Mass. For child see 765. 

394. Benjamin, born July 2, 1798 ; married Martha 
Howe, after Dec. 19, 1816, at Rutland, Mass. She died at 
Rutland, Aug. 21, 1842. 

395. Betsey, born Dec. 18, 1800. 

396. Millie, born March 24, 1803 ; (possibly) married 
Rev. John Davis Pierce, son of Gad and Sarah (Davis) 
Pierce, (born at Chesterfield, N. H., Feb. 18, 1797). She 
died two years after marriage. No issue. 

397. Simon Read, born Dec. 31, 1805 ; married, 1828, 
Frances A., daughter of Philip Scarborough, of Brooklyn, 
Conn. She died June, 1834; he married (2d) March, 1836, 
Mary, daughter of Gen. Andrew Bushnell, of Hartford, 
Ohio, (born April 29, 1815). He moved to Warren, O., in 
1837, and lived there on a farm until he was killed by the 
cars July 7, 1871. She died Oct. 20, 1879. For children 
see 766-772. 

398. Eliza Barrett, born Sept. 17, 1809 ; married July 2, 
1834, John Crowell, of Holden, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND HEPSIBATH {Hunt) ESTA- 
BROOK. (196). 

399. Mary, born May 17, 1798 ; died April 9, 1866, un- 
married. 

400. Farwell, born Nov. 25, 1800; died May, 1801. 

401. Nehemiah, born June 23, 1802 ; died April 19, 1803. 

402. John, born April 4, 1804 ; married June 6, 1831, Sec- 
lectia Gould, (born at Wallingford, Vt., April 3, 1804). He 
settled on land owned by his grandfather John Estabrook, (59), 
in Westminister, Mass. He died April 9, 1879. For chil- 
dren see 773-777. 



64 SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND SARAH (Conant) ESTABROOK. 

(198) 
(All born in Westminister, Mass.). 

403. Elery, born in Westminister, Mass., Dec. 28, 1805 ; 
he resided on the place where he died, since he was six 
months old ; he was a cooper in early life, and afterwards a 
farmer ; he died April 16, 1886 ; unmarried. 

404. Hannah, born July 31, 1810; married Daniel Hay- 
den. Reside at Malborough, Mass. For child see 778. 

405. Ruth Rice, born Aug. 9, 1813 ; died July n, 1887; 
unmarried. 

406. Cyrus Mann, born Nov. 9, 1816 ; married Bethiah, 
(born in Hubbardstown, Jan. 31, 1818), daughter of Almon 
and Bethiah (Dunbar) Coleman ; he is a farmer and resides 
at Sterling, Mass. For children see 779-788. 

407. Joseph Washington, born June 29, 1819 ; married 
Oct. 27, 1841, Mary, daughter of Joseph and Eunice Perry 
of W., (born Mar. 24, 1824) ; she died Dec. 31, 1870, buried 
in W. He married (2d) Nov. 17, 1886, Mrs. Mercy R. Wel- 
lington of Fitchburg, Mass., daughter of Caleb and Rebecca 
Francis. He is a pattern maker, and resides at Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

408. Edward Wilson, born April 24, 1822 ; married 
May 7, 1858, Mary Elizabeth Wagner. He died April 23, 
1885 ; he resided in Breckenridge, Mo. For children see 
789-790. 

409. Mary Ann, born Oct. 20, 1824 ; resides in West- 
minister on the old homestead. 



CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND PRISCILLA (Dunster) ESTA- 
BROOK. (199). 

(All born in Westminster, Mass.) 

410. Isaac, born Feb. 11, 181 1 ; died May 11, 1811. 

411. Betsey, born June 19, 1812 ; in 1886 living, unmar- 
ried, at Westminster, on the old homestead. 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 65 

412. Isaac, born Feb. 18, 1815. He enlisted Dec, 1835, 
and served three years in Florida war, then volunteered un- 
der Col. Harney for three months ; returned to Westminster ; 
went, about three months afterward, to Savannah, Georgia, 
where he died June 12, 1843, unmarried. 

413. Charles Asher, born May 24, 1817 ; married Nov. 
23, 1846, Caroline H. Dow. He is a mechanic and resides 
at Wachusetts Village, Mass. For children see 791-797. 

414. Samuel, born Dec. 19, 1822 ; died April 24, 1833. 

415. Infant, born 1823 ; died young. 

416. Sarah Ann, born Sept. 13, 1827 ; died May 14, 1845, 
unmarried. 



CHILDREN OE NEHEMIAH AND LUCY (Davis) ESTA- 
BROOK. (206). 

417. John, born at Lexington, Mass., March 25, 1799 ; 
married Nov., 1820, Nancy White, at Greenville, 111., a na- 
tive of Charlotte, N. C. ; he died at Edwardsville, Madison 
Co., Ill,, May 2, 1881. She died Nov. 3, 1881. In his 
youth he received a limited education. Desiring to improve 
his condition in life, and believing the great West offered 
larger and better opportunities to a young man who was will- 
ing to endure the hardships of frontier life, he turned his 
footsteps westward, and, in company with Gershon Flagg 
and Paul Enos, left his native state in 1816, arrived at Pitts- 
burg, they bought a flat-boat and started down the river, and 
after a toilsome journey of three months, arrived at St. Louis, 
which was then a small French village. 

He found work in a livery stable and remained two years. 
In 1818 they went to Madison Co., 111., and all three invest- 
ed in land in the same neighborhood. A family from South 
Carolina moved there with several pretty daughters. John 
married one of them. After a while he felt he could not 
bring up his sons there, and he moved to Edwardsville, 111., 
and purchased several acres of prairie lands, built a log hut, 
a log school house, a log meeting house. By the increase in 



66 SIXTH GENERATION. 

value of land he became a wealthy banker, and when the re- 
bellion broke out, he loaned the government $10,000, and all 
his five sons went into the army, and came out without a 
scratch. For children see 798-807. 

418. Joseph, died in infancy. 

419. Harriet. 

420. Lucy. 

421. Ann, married at Charleston, Mass., a Mr. Witherbee, 
an Englishman ; she married (2d), a Mr. Knottage. For 
children see 808-8 1 1 . 



SON OF WILLIAM AND BESSIE {Estabrook) BLANCIIARD. (207) 

422. Gair, born in Medford, Mass., April 15, 1790; mar- 
ried in N. Y., June 4, 1828, Ann Burt, (born in N. Y., May 
21, 1801). He died at Hopkinton, N. H., July 15, 1839. 
For child see 812. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND LYDIA {Estabrook) JONES. (208) 

423. Samuel Tufts, born Feb. 23, 1795 ; went to Savan- 
nah on business, and died suddenly of typhoid fever in 1825. 
Unmarried. 

424. Lucy Hall, born June 24, 1798 ; married John Gay, 
an Englishman. 

425. Roxanna, born Jan. 6, 1801 ; married Oct. 6, 1829, 
in Charleston, Mass., Daniel White, who was a descendant 
of Pergrine White, the first child born in New England. 
He died in May, i860. She resided at 40 Clinton street, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

426. Peter, born Sept. 23, 1802 ; married April 6, 1826, 
Eliza Ann Lock, of Lexington, Mass. He died May 19, 
1876'; she died April 30, 1883, aged seventy -eight years. 



CHILDREN OF ELIAKIM AND HANNAH {Cook) ESTABROOK. 

(211). 

427. Endor, born Feb. 24, 1795, at Lexington, Mass.; 

married, Aug. 27, 1817, Lydia, daughter of Deacon John 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 67 

and Hannah (Phelps) Adams, of West Cambridge, Mass., 
(born Nov. 9, 1797). He died of consumption March 20, 
1836, and she died Feb. 25, 1866. He was of handsome 
countenance and commanding person, full of personal cour- 
age, and made himself useful in military and civil life. May 
15, 1 82 1, he was elected captain of the West Cambridge 
Light Infantry, which office he discharged for several years. 
He was a man of great activity, energy and enterprise. 
Deacon Adams resided in the old Adams mansion, which 
stood at least one hundred and thirty-five years before it was 
shot at by the armies of the mother country, and in which 
house all of Mr. E.'s children were born. The British rid- 
dled it with bullets, supposing the patriot Samuel Adams, a 
cousin of Deacon John, was secreted therein. Many bullets 
were taken out in after years from the 'door casings and 
other parts of the house, which the British had discharged at 
the house of this rebel (?) traitor, in the sharp conflict that 
took place when the British retreated from Concord towards 
Boston. Samuel was not secreted in the house as was sup- 
posed. He remained a patriot still. 

In the stirring, momentous times when the British and 
American bullets crossed each other there, with deadly aim, 
the British passed before the " Old Adams House," and fired 
many bullets into it. The family fled for their lives, and one 
man saved his life by climbing up into the big chimney, and 
standing on the cross-pole from which ^the kettles were hung. 
Deacon Adams responded to his country's call, being devoted 
to liberty and justice, ready to give his life if necessary, in 
the struggle for American independence, fearing none but 
the God whom he worshipped. Although his house was a 
target for the red coats, a British officer was carried there in 
a dying condition. When Mrs. Adams came back to her 
home, she was obliged to step over the dead body of a British 
soldier, in order to enter her back door, and in the front room 
lay another soldier mortally wounded, the whole sanded floor 
beneath him red with the blood which had flowed from his 
wounds. 

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68 SIXTH GENERATION. 

When the good wife of the Deacon saw them bringing in 
the wounded man — the foe of her country — she felt she could 
not have him inside her dwelling, but seeing how utterly 
helpless he was in his extreme sufferings, she reprimanded 
herself and hastened to his relief, bathed his brow, and gave 
him cooling draughts of water for which he called. All ani- 
mosity was forgotten, and in the kindness of her heart she 
laid his head upon her knee, and made his last moments as 
comfortable as possible. He endeavored to speak, but all 
she could distinguish was ' ' Thank you ! " as he faintly 
clasped her hand, trying to express his gratitude ere he closed 
his eyes forever. The silver knee-buckles he wore were ta- 
ken off and given to her, and one is now in the possession of 
her grand-daughter, Mrs. Iyizzie P. Evans, (820). 

Deacon Adams was a large landowner in the center of the 
town, and his name is found in the early records of W. Cam- 
bridge — now Arlington. The depot now usurps the place of 
the venerable elms that stood before the door of the ancestral 
mansion, and the Dex. & W. C. R. R., passes over the gar- 
den where the old house stood, and where the children of 
Endor and Dydia (Adams) Estabrook were born. Mrs. Dydia 
Estabrook was a lady of rare qualities of mind and heart, 
kind and affectionate in all the relations of life, amiable and 
considerate of the feelings of others, diligent in the perform- 
ance of every duty, and remarkable for those gentle virtues 
which make the sunshine of a home. The children watched 
her tenderly in her declining years, and her many virtues 
are ever held in endearing remembrance. Seven children 
survived her. For children see 813-820. 

428. Louise, born Sept. 8, 1796 ; married, April 20, 1819, 
Ebenezer, (born Dec. 31, 1791), of West Cambridge, son of 
Moses and Dove Hovey. She died Nov. 10, 1871, and he 
died Aug. 20, 1875. She had long been a sufferer with 
asthma, which ended in consumption. "She was a worthy 
member of the Baptist Church at Arlington for forty-four 
years, striving each day faithfully to perform her duty to 
God and her fellow creatures." For children see 821-827. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 69 

429. Joseph, born in Lexington April 4, 1798 ; married 
Aug. ii, 1817, Nancy, daughter of Oliver Page of Shirly, 
Mass. He died Aug. 21, 1864; she died 1884. He was a 
wheelwright by trade ; he went to reside at Shirly when 
quite a young man, where he resided until his death. For 
children see 828-831. 

430. Lovell, born Nov. 8, 1800 ; married May 12, 1822, 
Mary Ann, daughter of Deacon Stearns, of Waltham, Mass. 
Mary Ann died March 3, 1825, aged twenty-one. He mar- 
ried (2d) Harriet. He died July 15, 1826. For child see 
824. 

431. Hannah, born Feb. 4, 1801 ; married May 29. 1818, 
William, son of William and Bulah Benjamin, of Lincoln, 
Mass., (born Aug. 12, 1791, and died June 18, 1843). She 
died at Lincoln Dec. 26, 1886. " For many years a faithful 
member of the Baptist Church at Lexington, Mass." He 
was a farmer. For children see 832-836. 

432. Matilda A., born May 4, 1805 ; married Oct. 13, 
1833, Dr. William G. Hooper, of Maine, and died in Arling- 
ton, Mass., Feb. 23, 1885. He died in Wilmington, N. C. , 
during the War of the Rebellion (1862). For children see 
837-838. 

433. Eliakim, born Oct. 16, 1806; married Feb. 9, 1849, 
Augusta Fay, of Fitchburg, Mass., and died in Lexington 
Sept. 14, 1880. They had one daughter who died young. 

434. Eleanor, born Feb. 12, 1807 ; married April 25, 
1826, John Norcross, of Brighton, Mass. He died Aug. 5,* 
1885, and she died Feb. 7, 1873. He was for many years 
depot master at East Lexington, where they resided. She 
was a consistent, faithful Christian, and her life was charac- 
terized by persevering application and devotion to duty. 
For children see 839-842. 

435. Elizabeth Winship, born in Lexington, July 16, 
1808 ; married in Charleston, Mass., May 7, 1832, Jas. Bryant, 
of Milton, Mass. Mr. Bryant was a R. R. conductor, born in 
Bradford, N. H.; died Sept. 19, 1854. She married (2d), Apr. 
27, 1859, Fred Johnson, of Detroit, Mich., who died in Jack- 



70 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

son, Mich., Dec. 8, 1863. She married (3d), March 7, 1864, 
Wm. W. Peterson, in Jackson, Mich., who died there Oct. 
12, 1881, where she resides (1888) corner State and Chicago 
streets. For children see 843-846. 

436. Clarinda, born in W. Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 13, 
1810 ; married Oct. 2, 1832, George Foster, of W. Cambridge. 
She died in Lexington, July 7, 1857. He was born Ma y *> 
.1799, in W. Cambridge, and died Sept. 10, 1856. For chil- 
dren see 847-848. 

437. Nehemiah, born Feb. 21, 1812 ; died young. 

438. Mary Angeline, born March 14, 1814 ; died Dec. 5, 
1843, unmarried, leaving a memory in her departure of one 
whose life was in every way praiseworthy and exemplary. 

439. John B., born April 8, 1816 ; married Aug. 5, 1862, 
Mrs. Jane Campbell, at Jackson, Mich., where he died Aug. 
25, 1865, with typhoid fever. She resides with her son at 
Battle Creek, Mich. For child see 849. 

440. Lucy Emeline, born Nov. 10, 1818 ; died March 24, 
1839, unmarried. Rare are the instances in which we find 
the christian graces so equally blended. She intruded not 
upon the notice of the fashionable and gay but sought that 
boon which a practical faith in the gospel alone imparts. 
"With anxious care she endeavored to benefit others, was held 
by all friends most deservedly dear. To the church of which 
she was an esteemed member, she was a delight, faithfully 
discharging her duties to her God, and to her fellow beings. 
She met death with composure, triumphantly hoping in Him 
who is the Resurrection and the Life. 

441. Francis H., born in W. Cambridge, June 1, 1821 ; 
married July 25, 1852, Louise H., daughter of Calvin Jones, 
of Cavendish, Vt, (born Oct. 12, 1829). He died in Boston 
suddenly, and while residing in Lexington, Mass., Nov. 26, 
1864. She resides at 63 Chapel street, Lowell, Mass. For 
children see 850-855. 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 71 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ANNA {Russell) ESTABROOK. 

(212) 
442. John Russell, born July 23, 1801 ; married Oct. 4, 
1824, Mary Hicks Sawyer, in Newton, Mass,, who died in 
Burlington, N. J., Oct 1, 1878. In 1820, fof family reasons, 
he had his name changed by the Mass. Legislature, to John 
Brooks Russell. He learned the art of printing at the Uni- 
versity Press, Cambridge, and established a printing office in 
Boston in 1826, when he purchased the N. E. Farmer with 
which paper he connected the largest seed store in New Eng- 
land. He was the first to print directions on the outside of 
seed packages. In 1832, he sold out both his "Farmer" 
and seed business for $10,500, and started the publishing 
firm of Russell & Odiorne, where he published among other 
works, the "Life and Writings of Washington," edited by 
Jared Sparks, in twelve octavo volumes. But the financial 
troubles of those days were not propitious for such enter- 
prises, so in 1838 he moved to Cincinnati, O., where he be- 
came part proprietor of the Daily Atlas, and was connected 
with the Gazette for sixteen years. In May, 1861, he was 
offered a position in the Pension Bureau at Washington, and 
remained there until 1869, when at his own request he was 
transferred to the Department of Agriculture, where he was 
the librarian until 1877, when the growing infirmities of age 
admonished him to retire. He has since resided chiefly with 
his daughter, Mrs. Secrest, at 25 Shelby St., Indianapolis, 
Ind. 

A western daily of date of Feb. 19, 1856, speaking of him 
said : " Mr. R.'s reverses of fortune would have caused many 
persons to put on the habiliments of heavy laden care, or 
drown their sorrows in dissipation. Not so with him. There 
always appeared a bountiful supply of sunshine about the heart 
that never failed to show itself in a genial glow, through his 
ever beaming and benignant countenance. And of all the 
vices that oftimes beset the path of both the fortunate and 
unfortunate, Mr. Russell has happily steered clear." 
For children see 856-863. 



72 SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND EMMA {Stocker) ESTABROOK. 

(213)- 

443. Albert, born Jan. 15, 1800 ; died at Hopkinton, N. H., 
same day, aged nine hours. 

444. Hiram, born Nov. 14, 1800; died same day, aged 
five hours. 

445. Laura Blanchard, born Nov. 30, 1801 ; married, 
June 10, 1823, Timothy, son of Isaac Chandler, by Rev. 
Roger C. Hatch, Congregational minister at Hopkinton, 
N. H. She died at Chicago, 111., Aug. 2, 1876. They 
lived in the large yellow house by the grave-yard, in the vil- 
lage — the Estabrook homestead. He was a saddler and har- 
ness-maker. HediedAug. 13, 1 861, aged seventy-four years. 
For children see 864-865. 

446. John, born Jan. 22, 1804; died at Hopkinton Dec. 
26, 1804. 

447. John, born Sept 9, 1805; married July 6, 1829, Em- 
eline, youngest daughter of Nathaniel and Betsey (Dearborn) 
Abbott (born at Concord, N. H., Feb. 21, 181 1). He was 
instantly killed by the explosion of the boilers of the steam- 
boat New England, on October 9, 1833, at Essex, near the 
mouth of the Connecticut river. Mr. E. had taken passage 
from New York, expecting to go to Weathersfield, Conn., to 
meet his wife and child, then on a visit to the family of Amos 
Pillsbury, Esq., warden of the Connecticut State Prison. By 
the explosion of the boilers thirteen persons were killed and 
many more severely injured. Mr. E. was probably blown 
off the deck into the water, whence his body was recovered 
in full dress. The watch in his pocket stopped at the pre- 
cise moment when the explosion took place. Mr. E. was 
interred at Essex, but subsequently his remains were removed 
to the family burying-ground in Hopkinton, N. H., which 
was his native place. He was the oldest son of an orphan 
family, formerly of Hopkinton, to whom he had been, to the 
best of his ability, a protector and guardian. He was a trader 
and a young man of active and enterprising habits. His wid- 
ow afterward married Mr. Pecker, and died of pneumonia at 
Concord, N. H., Feb. 7, 1887. She was a member of the 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 73 

North Church in Concord for many years. For child see 866. 

448. Ellen, born Feb. 5, 1807 ; died at Hopkinton, Jan. 5, 
1808. 

449. 'William Winship, born July 18, 1809 ; married 
July 18, 1833, Mary Ann Damon, daughter of Benjamin and 
Sophiah (Nichols) Damon, (born in Concord, N. H., Nov. 
30, 1811). She died at San Francisco, May 11, 1886. He 
died at San Francisco, Feb. 25, 1869. For children see 867- 

873- 

450. Joseph Eli, born Jan. 14, 181 1 ; married at Dover, 
N. H., July 27, 1836, Mary Ann Porter, (born at Danville, 
Vt., Feb. 10, 1 815). He died at Hopkinton, N. H., July 
27, 1845. She died at Roxbury, Mass., March 12, 1891. 
For children see 874-876. 

451. George Gair, born Aug. 7, 1816 ; married at Con- 
cord, N. H., Sept. 12, 1843, Adaline Fuller, of that place. 
He died at Philadelphia, Pa., March 26, 1869. For chil- 
dren see 877-878. 

452. Ellen, born June 22, 1818; died at Hopkinton, N. 
H., April 2, 1819. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND LUCY {Saunders) ESTABROOK. 

(214). 

453. Lucy Saunders, baptized June 16, 1805 ; married a 
Mr. Smith before 1830. 

454. Samuel Joseph, baptized in private Jan. 16, 1815. 



CHILDREN OP JOEL AND EMMA {Rice) ESTABROOK. (227). 

455. Stephen, born July 20, 1793, in Stratton, Vt. ; died 
March 29, 1855, in Jamaica, Vt., unmarried. 

456. Lewis, born March 23, 1795, in Stratton, Vt. ; died 
July 17, 1864, in Jamaica, Vt. Married and had children. 

457. Lyman, born in Stratton, Vt., Nov. 25, 1797; died 
(it is supposed) in Ledgewick, Me. Had five children. 



74 SIXTH GENERATION. 

458. Susannah, born in Stratton, Vt., April 22, 1805 ; 
married April 24, 1838, Warren Thayer. He died April 6, 
1870. She died Nov. 16, 1882, in Onondaga, Mich. For 
children see 879-882. 



CHILDREN OF EZRA AND EUNICE (Goodale) ESTABROOK. 

(22S). 
(All born in Stratton, Vt.) 

459. Hulda, died March 8, 1810, in her thirty-eighth year. 

460. Melinda, born June 7, 1795 ; married Nov. 5, 1818, 
Leonard David Rice ; residence, W. Wardsboro, Vt. For 
children see 883-890. 

461. David, born Oct. 16, 1796; married in 1815, Anner, 
daughter of David and Lucy Brainard ; he died Jan. 18, 
1872. About 1831 moved from their log house in Stratton, 
Vt., to Bennington, Vt., and afterward to Hoosic Falls, N. Y. 
He was a mason by trade. She was born Oct. 15, 1796, and 
died April 19, 1884. For children see 891-901. 

462. Dorothy, born May 29, 1799 ; married Nov. 27, 1828, 
Reuben Wellman of Jamaica, Vt. She died Sept. 5, 1863. 
He died in J. For children see 902-904. 

463. Ezekiel, born Sept. 8, 1805 ; married Dec. 6, 1827, 
Betsey B. Kidder of Stratton, Vt. He was a farmer ; filled 
many offices in town of Stratton : treasurer, selectman, super- 
intendent of schools, was also deacon of the Congregational 
Church. Died Aug. 19, 1852. For children see 905-912. 

464. Azubah, born Dec. 18, 1806; married by Richard 
Scott, Esq., in Stratton, Vt., April 12, 1827, Warner How- 
ard, of noble English ancestry. Early removed to Alamahee 
Co., Iowa, in which he built the second house erected there. 
He was a man of unusual energy and force of character, and 
a successful farmer. He died at Postville, Iowa, in 1880. 
Azubah died about 1884. For children see 913-915. 

465. Enoch, born Feb. 15, 181 1 ; married in 1834, Silva, 
daughter of Levi H. and Sally Thayer (born June 24, 18 — , 
in Jamaica, Vt.) She died June 11, 1879, at Albion, Mich. 
For children see 916-919. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 75 

CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM AND BETHIAH (Estabrook) HOYT. 

(231). 

466. Ziba, born Nov. n, 1794; married June 2, 1826, 
Opha Barrett ; reside at Monroe Center, Ashtabula Co., O. 
Have four children. 

467. Abraham, born April 3, 1796 ; died July 25, 1811. 

468. Sarah, born April 22, 1799 ; lives with brother 
William. 

469. Harriet, born July 25, 1802 ; married June 2, 1835, 
Levi Colburn. 

470. Laura, born Oct. 25, 1804; died Dec. 3, 1825. 

471. William, born Xov. 13, 1807 ; married Dec. 13, 
1831, Eliza Russell; has lived at Royalton, Vt. , but now 
probabl}^ resides near his brother in Ohio. Has several 
children. 

472. Edna, born March 10, 1809 ; married March 1, 1838, 
Dan. Perrin. 



SON OF RODOLPHTJS AND ESTABROOK. (233) 

473. Alanson, born at Lebanon, X. H., in 1807 ; married 
1834, Electa U. Braley, born in Pomfret, Vt. He died Oct. 
20, 1859 ; she died Jan. 22, 1887, aged seventy-five. For 
child see 921. 



CHILD OF SAMUEL AND BETSEY {Brown) ESTABROOK. 

(234) 

474. Cynthia, born at Lebanon, X. H., Oct., 1806 ; mar- 
ried Sept. 29, 1823, Elijah Paine, (born May 23, 1797)- He 
was a farmer. He died Sept. 2, 1846, and she married June 
22, 1S48, Moses Bartholomew of Vershire, Vt., who died 
Sept. 26, 1856. 



76 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF NEHEMIAH AND JEMIMA {Quimby) ESTA- 
BROOK. (238). 

(All born at Lebanon, N. H.) 

475. Mary, born April 7, 1804. 

476. Phebe, born Dec. 30, 1805. 

477. Merva, daughter, born June 14, 1807. 

478. Hannah, born July 11, 1809. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND MARY (Mason) ESTABROOK. 

(240) 
(All born at Lebanon, N. H.) 

479. Henry, born Jan. 11, 1807; married 1828, Elizabeth 
Annis Howard (born 1808, near Benton, Ontario, N. Y.). 
He rose from a cabin boy to captain and owner of a ship on 
Lake Mich., and was known as Capt. Brooks, and his chil- 
dren go by that name. His wife died in 1884 in Green Bay, 
Mich. , where he died June 8, 1887. For children see 922-928. 

480. Harriet, born March 17, 1809; married 1831, Aaron 
Davenport in Lorraine, O. She died Jan. 27, 1886 ; he died 
May 22, 1888. For children see 929-937. 

481. Sarah Bowen, born June 12, 1811 ; marriedNov. 4, 
1829, Royal Barney, (born Dec. 15, 1808, in Loraine, O.) 
He was a master mechanic at Loraine, O. He died June 9, 
1890. For children see 938-942. 

482. Abigail M., born July 2, 1813 ; died Aug. 29, 1824. 



CHILDREN OF AARON AND SARAH (Gusher) ESTABROOK. 

(242) 
(All born at Lebanon, N. H.) 

483. Mary Minerva, born Sept. 21, 1809 ; married Sept. 
9, 1846, Lorenzo Davis ; resides Greenwich, Mass. 

484. Joseph, born Aug. 28, 181 1 ; married (1st), April 
29, 1844, Mehetabel Hall; she died Sept. 1, 1863, and he 
married (2d), March 29, 1864, Mary Oriane Hall, of Leban- 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 77 

on, N. H. He died Oct. io, 1879, at Lebanon. For chil- 
dren see 943-946. 

485. Eliza, died at age of ten. 

486. Theoda, died at age of three. 

487. Theoda, born Aug. 18, 1819; married May 31, 1847, 
Russell Freeman. For children see 947-949. 

488. Sarah, born June 22, 1822 ; married March 30, 1864, 
Isaac Leigh ton. 



CHILDREN OF HOBART AND ANNA {Hyde) ESTABROOK. (243) 

489. Joseph, born Dec. 7, 1793, at Lebanon, N. H. He 
graduated at Dartmouth, 18 15, and was professor of Latin 
and Greek at Amherst. He married 1823, Nancy Dickinson, 
of Amherst. They removed to Stanton, Va., where he was 
engaged in teaching. They subsequently removed to Knox- 
ville, and he was president of the University of Eastern 
Tennessee. She died March 31, 1846, at Knoxville. He 
died May 18, 1855, in Anderson Co., Tenn. They left no 
children. 

490. Levi Hyde, born Sept. 2, 1796, at Lebanon, N. H. 
He was a merchant and settled in Charlestown, S. C. He 
freighted a ship for Cuba and went in, it to Havana where he 
died Aug. 10, 1822, unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF HOBART AND CYNTHIA TJ. {Traboo) ESTA- 
BROOK. (243). 

491. Anna Hyde, born Nov. 6, 1810, at Lebanon, N. H.; 
married John Hurlbert ; she died Feb. 1888. 

492. Martha, born July 24, 1812 ; married Dec. 18, 1840, 
Dea. Stephen Griswold Bliss, son of Ziba and Mary (Tribon) 
Bliss, of Lebanon, N. H, (born April 13, 1817). She died 
Dec. 6, 1842. For child see 950. 



78 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF HARELDUS AND ABIGAIL [Wilder) ESTA- 
BROOK. (248). 

493. Abel W., born Oct. 8, 1816; married April, 1845, 
Daura, daughter of Jonathan Culver, of Springfield, 111. His 
business is fruit growing, at Rosemond, Christian Co., 111., 
For children see 951-953. 

494. Elizabeth, born Jan., 1819 ; married Jan., 1837, 
Benj. Rush Lyman, son of Dr. John Lyman, (born March 
10, 1815 ; died Feb. 16, 1847). She married (2d) in 1853, 
Seth Childs, and soon moved to Manhattan, Kansas, where 
they reside. Lyman moved from Postsdam, Vt., to Illinois 
with his parents. For children see 954-957. 

495. Mary Sophia, born July 7, 1822 ; married Nov. 16, 
1842, C. F. Buckman, a farmer ; reside at Normall, McLean 
Co., 111. For children see 958-964. 

496. George H., born Oct. 5, 1829; married Aug., 1858, 
Ruth Dever of Atlanta, 111. He is a lawyer, and is now liv- 
ing in Dakota, on a large farm. Has four children, three 
sons and one daughter ; none married in 1889. 

497. Henry N., born at Sangamon Co., 111., Feb., 1835 ; 
married in March, 1861, Myra Seiwell of Pekin, 111. ; he 
went in the army ; was captain of a company, and was killed 
Oct. 4, 1862, at the battle of Corinth ; his body was brought 
to Pekin, 111., and buried there. Myra is living with a 
brother at Danville, 111. He was a lawyer. For child see 
965- 



CHILDREN OF NEHEMIAH AND BETSEY [Canfield) ESTA- 
BROOK. (249). 

498. Daniel, died in Milwaukee, Wis., about 1874. 

499. Henrietta, married James Baker, who is dead. She 
resides on Park st. in Milwaukee, Wis. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 79 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND HARRIET (Evans) ESTABROOK. 

(250) 

500. Henry, born in Alden, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1818 ; married 
Aug. 23, 1853, Laura Slade Morey, daughter of Benj. and 
Susan (Slade) Morey, (born in Hanover, N. H., May 18, 
1829). Benj. Morey died in 1840, in Hanover. Susan Mo- 
rey died at Alden, N. Y., Oct. 1878, in her eighty-ninth 
year. Henry spent his early life on a farm, so that his early 
education was limited to a three month's winter school. At 
nineteen he taught school ; at the age of twenty -eight he went 
west, leaving Alden, Nov. 6, 1846, and went to Columbus, 
Ohio, and hired out as merchant's clerk for board and $150 a 
year, and in Feb., 1850, was offered, and accepted a one- 
fourth interest in the firm. In 1862, on account of impaired 
health and business pressing too much, he sold out and went 
to Alden, JST. Y., where he remained until Jan. 1, 1868, when 
he went to E. Saginaw, Mich., and bought a third interest in 
a foundry and machine shop, but sold out in five months and 
went into the carrying trade on the lakes and made money 
very fast, but having invested very largely just before the 
panic of 1873-9, in trying to save all, lost all. He is now in 
the employ of the Vacuum Oil Co., at Cincinnati, O. Dur- 
ing his clerkship he paid off a $700 mortgage on his father's 
farm, besides supporting himself. For children see 966-974. 

501. Mary Elizabeth, born in Worthington, ten miles 
north of Columbus, O., Nov. 29, 1819 ; married April 14, 
1850, Rev. Sherlock A. Bronson, D.D., son of Bela and Sally 
(Tutehill) Bronson, President of Kenyon College at Gam- 
bier, O., 1845-50; professor of theology at Gambier, 1867- 
72 ; pastor of St. Luke's church, Granville, O., nine years ; 
of Grace church, Sandusky, O., sixteen years, and for a num- 
ber of years has been pastor of the Episcopal church, Mans- 
field, O. He was born April 21, 1807. She died in San- 
dusky, O., Sept. 6, 1853, and was buried in Alden, N. Y. 
For children see 975-976. 



80 SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OP DANIEL AND CYNTHIA {Estabrook- Adams) 
BAILEY. (252) 

502. Cynthia, resides in New York city. 

503. William, resides in Darien, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND NANCY {Estabrook) FREEMAN. 

(253) 

504. Edwin, born at Lebanon, N. H., Oct. 17, 1807 ; died 
in Mt. Vernon, O., when quite a young man, of milk sick- 
ness, then quite prevalent in the west. 

505. Eliza, married 1886, Alonzo Farnsworth. She died 
1887. He resides at Alden, N. Y. Her infant died and was 
buried with her. 

506. Mariett F., married Dr. Pride. For children see 
977-978. 

507. Cynthia, died of consumption when eleven years old, 
and her mother died a year or two after, (about 1828 or 1830), 
in Alden, N. Y. 

508. Nancy, married Warren Morris, in Alden, N. Y., 
and she died there of consumption about 1841 or 2. Had 
one son who grew up, and enlisted in war of the rebellion, 
and it is not known what became of him. 



CHILDREN OF AND POLLY {Estabrook) LOCKE. (256. 

509. Edwin, of Batavia, N. Y. 

510. Walter, of Batavia, N. Y. 

511. Elizabeth, married a Mr. Norton ; resides at Betha- 
ny, N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF SETH W. AND HANNAH {Hebard) ESTA- 
BROOK. (257) 

512. Experience, born at Lebanon, N. H., April 30, 1813 ; 
received an academic education ; studied law at Buffalo, and 
graduated at the law school of Marshall College in 1839, was 
admitted to the bar, and commenced practice at Geneva, Wis. , 
in 1840 ; was a delegate to second state constitutional con- 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 8 1 

vention of Wis. ; was a member of the state house of repre- 
sentatives in 1 85 1 ; was attorney general of Wisconsin in 
1852 ; removed to Nebraska, of which territory he was dis- 
trict attorney, 1 854-1 859; claimed to have been elected a 
delegate from Nebraska territory as a democrat, (but the 
House decided that he had only received 2,671 legal votes, 
and gave the seat to Samuel G. Daily, republican, as having 
received 2,790 legal votes,) so that he served only from Dec. 
5, 1859, to April 20, 1 860. He married at the head of Geneva 
Dake, Wis., Caroline Augusta Maxwell, daughter of Col. 
James Maxwell, April 15, 1844. She was born in Tioga, 
Tioga Co., Pa., Aug. 17, 1823. Reside now at 411 North 
17th street, Omaha, Neb. For children see 979-980. 

513. Cynthia, born at Debanon, N. H., April 14. 1817 ; 
married April 30, 1837, Jonathan B. Wilson, at Alden. N. 
Y. He died at Alden, Jan. 26, 1852. She died at East Sag- 
inaw, Mich., Feb. 22, 1889. For children see 981-985. 

514. Moses Hebard, born at Lebanon, N. H. , Feb. 19, 
1820 ; married Feb. 4, 1844, Mary Emily Stone, at Port 
Huron, Mich. ; lived and died at Port Clinton, Iowa. After 
her death he married, Aug. 9, 1856, Caroline Eliza Smith, at 
Elgin, III., (born at Shoreham, Vt., July 10, 1829). He was 
a man of marked force of character. He was interested in 
lake commerce and railroading in the west. He died Jan. 
10, 1878, at Clinton, la., and was buried there. For children 
see 986-989. 

515. Hannah Alden, born at Alden, N. Y. , Sept. 25, 1823 ;. 
married 1851 or 1852, at St. Clair, Mich., to Walter W. Davis, 
who lives in Chicago, 111. She died in Denver, Col. For 
children see 990-991. 

516. John Stewart, born at Alden, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1826 ; 
married Dec. 31, 1853, at Ypsilanti, Mich., Ellen R. Burt, 
(born Sept. 4, 1832, and died at East Saginaw, Mich., Jan. 
4, 1864). He married (2d), Feb. 28, 1865, at Ypsilanti, 
Mich., Helen C. Norris, (born Aug. 26, 1831, and died April 
17, 1887, at East Saginaw, Mich). John went to Michigan 
in 1847, and settled at East Saginaw in 1852. He is a lum- 



82 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

ber and salt manufacturer. He was a member of the state 
legislature in 1879-81-82, and Mayor of East Saginaw from 
1885 to 1887. President of Saginaw Board of Trade and 
East Saginaw Board of Public Works. He married (3d), at 
Jackson, Mich., Sept. 3, 1889, Miss Harriet E. Sharp. For 
children see 992-995. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND SUSANNA {Merrill) ESTA- 
BROOK. (258). 

(All born in Bath, Grafton Co., N. H.) 

517. Ethan, born in 1815 ; he was made professor in army 
or navy, Oct. 30, 1843, and dropped Sept. 4, 1848 ; in 1852 
he went to Australia and has not since been heard from, 
though a man somewhat answering his description is known 
to have been lost on a sea voyage between Australia and 
Peru. When last heard from he was unmarried. 

518. Mary, born 1817 ; married at Bethany, N. Y., in 
1836, Gee Halbert ; he died in 1849, and she married in 1859, 
a Mr. Heywood, of Chicago, 111., who died in 1862; she 
died at Clinton, Mich., Aug. 20, 1887. For children see 996- 
998. 

519. Joseph, born July 3, 1820 ; in 1834 moved with his 
parents to western N. Y., where they resided four years, 
moving to Michigan in the fall of 1838. He was prepared 
for college at Tecumseh in what was then a branch of the 
Michigan University, and took his college course in Oberlin, 
O., and taught winters in and near Clinton, Mich., and 
worked vacations to obtain the necessary means to pursue 
his studies. In the spring of 1853, he took charge of the 
public schools of Ypsilanti, and remained there fourteen 
years and a half ; then went to East Saginaw, organized the 
public schools in that city, and remained in charge five years ; 
was then appointed principal of the Normal School at Ypsi- 
lanti, of which he was the honored and^successful head nine 
years. In 1880, Olivet College was fortunate enough to se- 



EST A BROOK GENEALOGY. 83 

cure his services as a professor in that institution, which po- 
sition he now occupies. The republicans in 1870, elected 
him regent of the University, which position he filled credit- 
abty for eight years. For forty-seven years he has been con- 
nected with the schools of Michigan, from the district school 
through every grade of school work, and a more vigorous, 
whole-souled, enthusiastic, successful, love-inspiring teacher 
never trod our soil. He was the first teacher in Michigan to 
use the word-method of teaching reading, and his love of 
study has kept him abreast of the times in all methods of 
school work. As an institute worker he has no equal among 
the teachers in the state, and all who are acquainted with 
him feel the influence of his whole-souled love of humanity. 
(From Mich. Red Book). In Nov., 1887, on the republican 
ticket he was elected Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
He was ordained to the ministry in the Congregational 
church in 1852. Served as Christian Commissioner during 
the war. In 1847, he married Emily G. Wells, at Clinton, 
Mich., who died, and he married (2d) in 1861, Kate M. 
Clayton of Plymouth, Mich., who died, and he married (3d) 
Mrs. Eva Taylor Hickok, of Charlotte, Mich., and now re- 
sides at Olivet, Mich. , where he is professor of logic. For 
children see 999-1002. 

520. John Merril, born 1822 ; married in 1846, Annas 
Hemphill of Franklin, Mich. Spent his life and still remains 
as a farmer at Clinton, Mich. For children see 1003-1004. 

521. Samuel M., born Feb., 29, 1824; graduated at Ober- 
lin College in 1 848 ; married Eliza Hammond of Hillsdale, 
Mich., in 1855. Resides at Olivet, Mich. For children see 
1005-1006. 

522. Franklin, born 1827 ; served during the war as mem- 
ber of First Michigan Engineers ; married in 1865, Ada Al- 
vord. Resides at Bellevue, Walsh Co., Dakota. 



84 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF HURLBUT AND HANNAH (Estabrook) SWAN. 

(263). 
(All born in Millington, Conn.) 

523. Hurlbut, born June 7, 1797 ; married Nancy Clark, 
Feb. 5, 1822; she died Sept., 1853, aged sixty -three years ; 
he then married Mrs. Susan Carrol, June, 1855. For chil- 
dren see 1007-1010. 

524. Diodate L., born Feb. 23, 1799 ; married Mary Cone, 
May 6, 1819. He died Jan., i860. 

525. Lucy Wheeler, born March 17, 1802 ; married Eze- 
kiel Clark, Dec. 9, 1824; died May 22, 1832. 

526. Hannah Estabrook, born March 14, 1804 ; married 
(1st) Lewis B. Olmsted, in 1820, who died Nov. 12, 1834, 
aged thirty -six years; she married (2) Adonijah Olmsted, 
April, 1838 ; she died Sept. 1863. 

527. Harriet, born Nov. 21, 1806; married (1st) William 
C. Swan, Dec. 6, 1826 ; she married (2) Gilbert Beckwith, 
Nov. 1845. 

528. Sarah Ann, born March 28, 1808 ; married George 
Gates, Dec. 7, 1825 ; she died Dec. 2, 1862. He was born 
Oct. 2, 1804, and died Dec. 20, 1869. For children see 1011- 
1014. 

529. Rhoda Huntington, born April 17, 1810; married 
Joseph Clark, Dec. 18, 1829. For children see 1015-1019. 

530. Henry William, born March 11, 1812 ; died Oct. 14, 
1831 ; unmarried. 

531. Mary Jerusha, born Aug. 3, 1814 ; died Aug. 31, 
1 83 1 ; unmarried. 

532. Hobart Estabrook, born April 7, 1817 ; married Su- 
san Wade in 1839. 

533. George Franklin, born Nov. 29, 1819 ; married Lou- 
isa Mack, Jan. 21, 1841. 



CHILDREN OF IRA AND JERUSHA [Estabrook) GATES. (264). 

534. Mary, married John Strong. For children see 
1020-1023. 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 85 

535. William, married Susan Hebard, (born June 13, 
1813). He is dead ; she resides at Lebanon, N. H. For 
children see 1024-1025. 

536. George, married Mary Tracy ; both dead. 

537.* Robert, married Adeline Landers, of Hartford, Vt. ; 
both dead. For children see 1026-1028. 

538. Charles, married (1st) Harriet Hebard ; (2d) Eliza- 
beth Brown, of Waterford, Vt. He is a farmer aud resides 
in Hartland, Vt. For children see 1029-1035. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND MARY (Estabrook) LITTLE. 

(266). 

539. George Hobart, born Dec. 23, 181 2 ; married Har- 
riet N. Woodward ; she died, and he married (2d) March 1, 
1847, Esther A. Baldwin, (born Oct. 29, 1817). He is a 
merchant, and resides at ~L,e Raysville, Bradford Co., Pa. 
For children see 1036-1038. 

540. Ralph Bulkley, married Phila Ann Post ; died at 
Montrose, Pa. He was a lawyer. For children see 1039- 
1041. 

541. William Estabrook, born April 1, 1817 ; married 
Mrs. Jane Curtis; died in Joliet, 111., Sept. 30, 1851. He 
was a lawyer. For children see 1042-1045. 

542. Robert Robbins, born March 13, 1820 ; married 
Harriet E. Avery, daughter of Aaron Avery, of Sullivan 
Co., N. Y. He is a lawyer and resides at Tunkhannock, 
Pa. For children see 1046-1047. 

543. Ephriam Henry, married Eliza Seybert. He is a 
lawyer and resides at Bloomsburg, Pa. For child see 1048. 

544. Mary Eliza, married Samuel Scott Grover. He was 
a lawyer and is now dead. She resides at Jacksonville, Fla. 
No children. 



CHILDREN OF AMBROSE AND ANNA {Estabrook) NILES. 

(267). 

545. Ambrose, died Aug. 5, 1806, aged eight years. 

546. William Henry, born Feb. 7, 1801 ; married March 
31, 1824, at Middletown, Conn., Abigail, daughter of Allen 



86 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

and Sally Riley, of Rocky Hill, Conn., (born Aug. 21, 1802). 
He died May 28, 1837 ; she died at Whitestone, L. I., March 
7, 1887. Both buried at Middletown, Conn. He was ed- 
itor of the Sentinel and Witness, at Middletown, 1823-1827, 
and then became a publisher of books. For children see 
1049-105 1. 

547. Aaron Tarbox, born 1805 ; married (1st) about 
1826, Rachael Ann, daughter of Samuel and Anna Harris, 
of Millington, Conn. She died at Millington, Conn., May 
21, 1843, a g' e d thirty -seven. He married (2d) about 1848, 
Asenath Maria Parker, of East Haddam, Conn. She died. 
He died Oct. 30, 1852. For children see 1052-1058. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ANNA {Estabrook) MARKHAM. (267) 

548. Laura Ann, born Oct. 25, 1813 ; married Oct. 6, 1841, 
Samuel, son of Warren N. and Anna (Day) Skinner, E. Hamp- 
ton, Conn., (born at Westchester, Conn., May 14, 1814). He 
has been for a number of years deacon and a prominent mem- 
ber of the church there. They have no children, but had an 
adopted son, Hawley, son of Henry, a brother of Samuel 
Skinner. Hawley was born Oct. 31, 1850, and married Inio- 
gene, daughter of Amos L,atham, of Marlborough, Conn., 
April 9, 1873. Imogene was born April 9, 1849. Hawley 
died about 1887 or l8 88. They reside in East Hampton, 
town of Chatham, Conn. 

549. Ambrose Niles, born Oct. 25, 1813 ; married Oct. 
6, 1841, Ruth A., daughter of Warren N. and Anna Skin- 
ner, (born Nov. 24, 181 6). He was a farmer and resided in 
Chatham, Conn., where he died Sept. 5, 1882. She resides 
now on the old homestead in Middle Haddam Society, Chat- 
ham, Conn. For children see 1059-1062. 



CHILDREN OF HOBART AND ASENATH {Harvey) ESTA- 
BROOK. (269). 

550. Robert Chauncy, born April 26, 1810, at East Had- 
dam, Conn.; married Jan. 5, 1833, Polly M., daughter of 



ESTA BROOK GENEALOGY. 87 

Isaac L,. Smith, of Newfield, N. Y., (born April 10, 1817), 
where they now reside. In his earlier years he was a sur- 
veyor and a farmer. For children see 1063-1069. 

551. William, born Oct. 14, 181 1, at E. H.; died there 
Dec. 30, 1816 ; buried at Millington, Conn. 

552. Mary Emmons, born July 28, 1813, at E. H.; mar- 
ried Feb. 7, 1831, Robert P. Beebe, (born 1810), of Newfield, 
N. Y., where she died Dec. 5, 1839, and was buried in the 
Estabrook cemetery at Poney Hollow, N. Y. He died Aug. 
16, 1873, and was buried at Havana, N. Y. For children 
see 1070-107 1. 

553. George Warner, born at E. H. Aug. 11, 1815 ; 
married March 19, 1835, Polly M., daughter of John Starr, 
of Newfield, N. Y., (born June 23, 1815, and died June 29, 
1888). In 1889 he bought the Estabrook homestead in 
Havana, N. Y., which is now his residence. Oct. 1890, he 
married Frances Matilda Todd, widow of Dr. Wm. Todd, of 
Angelica, N. Y. During the greater part of his life he has 
been a farmer, and resided for a long time in Andover, N. 
Y. , and then in Belmont, N. Y. He had an adopted daughter, 
Anna E. Richey, a niece of his wife, Polly, and who married 
Ching Hunt, and died at Binghamton, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1876, 
aged twenty-four years. 

554. William Boardman, born Nov. 12, 1817, at E. H. ; 
died at Newfield, N. Y., April 12, 1852. Interred at Poney 
Hollow, N. Y. Unmarried. 

555. Ralph Hurlbut, born Aug. 28, 1820, at E. H. ; mar- 
ried Jan. 28, 1846, Margaret A., daughter of Joseph Caster- 
line, of Newfield, (born April 23, 1821, at Danby, N. Y., and 
died at Orange Park, Fla., July 27, 1879). He married Oct. 
7, 1880, Ellen Beebe, daughter of Henry C. Fisher, of Lj- 
gonier, Ind., and widow of Bela P. Beebe, (1070). He was 
a physician, and practiced twenty-five years over the hills of 
Newfield, N. Y. ; about 1871 he went to Stevens Point, Wis., 
and in 1878 moved to Orange Park, Fla., and in 1881 went 
to Augusta, Ga., and in 1882 went to Round Hill, Conn., 
where he died Dec. 30, 1883, and was interred at Ithaca, N. 
Y. , beside his first wife. 



88 SIXTH GENERATION. 

556. Adaline Asenath, born Dec. 1, 1822, at E- H. ; 
married Feb. 16, 1848, S. S. Cutter, a prominent physician of 
Coldwater, Mich., where she died Oct. 16, 1855, and was in- 
terred there. He is dead. For children see 1072-1074. 

557. Herman Landon, born in E. Haddam, Ct., Jan. 27, 
1825 ; moved with his parents in 1827, to Newfield, N. Y., 
and resided there until his marriage, March 1, 1854, to Erne- 
line A., daughter of Solomon S. and Frances (Evans) Booth, 
of Catharine, N. Y., (born April 31, 1833). He followed 
farming until he went to Havana, N. Y., in 1858, and the 
two succeeding years was engaged in mercantile business, 
and with the exception of three years spent on the old home- 
stead in Newfield, he resided in Havana until 1884, when he 
moved to Ithaca, N. Y., where he now resides. In 1872, on 
the death of his father, he was appointed agent of the New- 
field lands belonging to the Conn. School Fund. He has 
held various town offices, and in the fall of 1876, was the 
Democratic candidate for county treasurer, but was defeated 
— the county usually giving about 600 Republican majority. 
He was appointed sheriff of Schuyler County Dec. 19, 1876, 
by Governor Tilden, vice John Wood, deceased, and served, 
one year, the balance of the term. In politics he has always 
been a democrat. He is a prominent member of the masonic 
fraternity, having joined that organization in 1853, and re- 
ceived the 32 ; he is also a member of the Independent Or- 
der of Odd- Fellows. For children see 1075-1076. 

558. Samuel Hobart, born May 26th, 1828, at Newfield, 
N. Y. ; married Oct. 4th, 1853, Mary, daughter of Albert E. 
and Minerva (Ely) Porter, of Coldwater, Mich., where he 
resided for a short time, then went to Genesseo, 111. ; then to 
Kansas City, Mo., and from there to Ottawa, Kansas, where 
he died May 23, 1878, and where he was interred. He was 
a physician and druggist. For children see 1077-1082. 

559. Bela Robbins, born April 20, 1830, at Newfield ; 
lived with his parents on the homestead in Poney Hollow, 
N. Y., until 1865, when he moved with them to Havana, N. 
Y., where he died, Oct. i8t.li, 1866; unmarried. Buried at 
Poney Hollow, N. Y. 



EST A BROOK GENEALOGY. 89 

CHILDREN OF HENRY AND RUTH K. (bobbins) CHAMPION. 

(271) 

560. Robert, died young. 

561. George, married Susan Larned ; was a missionary of 
the American Board in South East Africa, and died Dec. 17, 
1841, leaving an only sou, Henry Champion, a member of 
Yale. 

562. Maria, married Jonathan Edwards, of Troy, N. Y., 
they have one son, who bears the name of his distinguished 
ancester, Jonathan Edwards. 

563. Abigail Jerusha, married Wm. M. Bliss, of New 
York, and died Jan., 1849, without issue. 



CHILDREN OF JADEDIAH AND ELIZABETH (Chaffin) ESTA- 
BROOK. (280) 

(All born at Rutland, Mass.) 

564. Artemus, born Dec. 14, 1792 ; married by Zadoc 
Gates, J. P., Feb. 8, 1818, Esther Marble, daughter of Jesse 
Marble, (born in Rutland, Jan. 12, 1792). He died at Day- 
ton, O., April 29, 1870. She died at LaFayette, Ind., April 
11, i860. For children see 1083-1088. 

565. George, born Aug. 26, 1795 ; married Dec. 2, 1819, 
Eliza Read, (born Aug. 16, 1798, and was living in 1886). 
He was a physician, and died Feb. 18, 1846. For children 
see 1089-109 1. 

566. Charles, born June 20, 1796 ; married at Brownville, 
Jefferson Co., N. Y., Dec. 27, 1821, Nancy, daughter of 
David and Sarah (Scribner) Willoughby, (born at B. May 6, 
1800). She died March 5, 1882, near W. Sonora, Ohio ; 
buried in Woodland cemetery, Dayton, O. He died at same 
place Feb. 27, 1889, and buried in Woodland cemetery. For 
children see 1092-1103. 

567. Warren, born April 18, 1798 ; married Jan. 26, 1832, • 
Sarah Reid, (born Aug. 4, 1802, in Augusta Co., Va). He 
died April 16. 1857. She died Aug. 15, 1871, and is buried 
at Dayton, O. For children see 1104-1109. 



90 SIXTH GENERATION. 

568. Francis C, born Feb. 25, 1800; married in North- 
boro, Mass., Oct. 11, 1837, Caroline Miller, (born at Men- 
don, Mass., Feb. 20, 1808, and died at Dayton, O., Jan. 9, 
1851). He died at Dayton, July 12, 1871. For children see 
1110-1112. 

569. Joel, born at Rutland, Mass., July 8, 1805 ; married 
May 20, 1834, Elizabeth Cook, of Petersham, Mass., (born 
Jan. 26, 1809, and died May 12, 1886). He moved to Day- 
ton, O., Nov. 20, 1836, and went into business which he fol- 
lowed until 1866. Was a director of the Dayton branch of 
the State Bank of Ohio, from i860 to 1862, and of its suc- 
cessor, The Dayton National Bank, from 1864 to 1869, when 
he resigned ; also was a director in Montgomery Co. Mut. 
Ins. Co., of Dayton, for many years. He died June 15, 1S84, 
and is buried at Dayton, O. For children see 1113-1114. 

570. Elizabeth M., born Sept. 15, 1807; married (1st) 
at Rutland, Mass., Oct. 16, 1827, John Read (born April 2, 
1803, and died April 2, 1835). She married (2d) July 10, 
1840, John Garner, born in Mecklenberg Co., Va., June 4, 
1793. She died in Covington, Ohio, Nov. 24, 1841. He 
married (2d) Harriet Ann Read, and died Dec. 10, 1878, at 
Piqua, Ohio. For children see 1115-1119. 

571. Persis Louisa, born May 4, 1810; married Dec. 10, 
1829, Joel Holden (born Aug. 21, 1804). She died May 30, 
1845. Resided in Dayton, Ohio. For children see 1120- 
11 24. 



CHILD OF JONAH AND ELIZABETH {Foster) ESTABROOK. 

(281). 
572. Elizabeth, born at Paxton, Mass., April 14, 1802. 



CHILD OF JONAH AND SALLY ( ) ESTABROOK. (281). 

573. Daniel, born at Paxton, Mass., April 5, 1807 ; mar- 
ried May 17, 1831, Nancy Jemison of Paxton ; she died at 
Paxton, May 28, 1838. For child see 1125. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 91 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND PERSIS (Eslabrook) KING. (284). 

574. George, born 1802 ; in St. Louis. 

575. Horace, born 1806 ; in Rutland, Mass. 

576. Daniel, born 1813 ; in Boston Highlands. 

577. Samuel, born 1817. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND HANNAH {Robinson) ESTA- 
BROOK. (286) 

(All born in Rutland, Mass.) 

578. Harriet, born Aug. 10, 1805 ; married Lewis Carl- 
ton of Buxport, Me. ; resided at Rutland. She died at R., 
Dec. 25, 1881 ; he is dead ; no children. 

579. Sophia, born Feb. 26, 1807 ; died at Boston, May 
31, 1875, unmarried. 

580. Samuel Robinson, born Feb. 10, 1809 ; married at 
Cambridgeport, Mass., April 28, 1834, Mary G. Nichols, 
(born in Charlestown, Mass., April 9, 1811, and died in Rox- 
bury, Mass.). He died at Randolph, Oct. 14, 1874. For 
children see 1126-1128. 

581. Hannah More, born March 29, 1813 ; died at R., 
Jan. 29, 1866 ; unmarried. 

582. Rufus, born June 14, 1815 ; married in Rutland, 
Mass., Jan. 18, 1847, Eliza Muzzy, (born at Spencer, Mass., 
Dec. 11, 1815). He is a real estate dealer at 226 Washing- 
ton St., Boston, Mass. For children see 11 29-1 133. 

583. William, born Dec. 4, 1817 ; married May 17, 1848, 
Harriet \V. Read of Rutland, Mass. He died at Worcester, 
Mass., June 13, 1889, of heart disease. He was a native of 
Rutland, where,he carried on a large farm until 1866, when 
he went to Worcester, and for a time engaged in the livery 
stable business on Thomas St. , after which he bought the 
grocery store on Myrtle St., which he has since conducted 
with good success. He was a man of the strictest integrity, 
quiet and retiring, but with fixed principles of character, 
which were the rule and guide of his life. He was a mem- 



92 SIXTH GENERATION. 

ber of the Salem St., Congregational Church, and a very 
constant attendant at the weekly services. He leaves a widow, 
one son and one daughter. Buried at Rutland. For chil- 
dren see 1134-1139. 

584. Charles, born Oct. 27, 1819 ; married May 29, 1844, 
Caroline Wild, at Boston. He died at Randolph, Mass., 
July 26, 1872. For children see 1140-1145. 

5S5. Benjamin, born June 20, 1822 ; married Nov. 30, 
1854, Sarah E. Wild (born Sept. 21, 1826), daughter of Joseph 
Wild, of Concord, N. H. He was a member of the firm of 
Estabrook & Eaton, cigar importers of Boston. He died July 
13, 1891, at Hingham, Mass. For children see 1145-1151. 

586. Sarah Elizabeth, born Aug. 5, 1825 ; married June 
5, 1845, Edmund Muzzy, of Rutland, Mass. He died at 
R., Aug. 6, 1855. 



CHILDREN OF TAYLOR AND SALUE (Stone) ESTABROOK. 

(291) 
(All bom at Rutland, Mass.) 

587. Sarah Stone, born May 14, 1809 ; married Oct. 28, 
1829, David W. Fletcher, (born Oct. 17, 1802), of Rutland. 
For children see 1152-1157. 

588. Maria Harriet, born June 12, 181 1. 

589. Eliza, born May 4, 1813 ; died June 15, 1813. 

590. Almira, born March 4, 1815. 

591. Louisa, born Feb. 2, 1817 ; married May 6, 1846, 
Horace W. Bigelow. 

592. Isabella, born Feb. 14, 1819 ; married June 24, 1844; 
Daniel B., son of Sewall Read, (born June 18, 1817), of Rut- 
land, Mass. For children see 1158-1160. 

593. William Taylor, born March 4, 182 1 ; married Sept. 
14, 1846, Clarissa D. Adams, (born in Rensselaerville, N. Y., 
Feb. 28, 1826). He died in Honesdale, Pa., Oct. 18, 1864. 
For children see 1161-1162. 

594. Catharine Augusta, born Feb. 2, 1823 ; married 
Jan. 15, 1846, James F. Bradley. 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 93 

595. Caroline Amelia, born June 18, 1825 ; married April 
22, 1847, Geo. A. Howe. 

596. Charles Whitney, born Oct. 16, 1826; .married 
I,ouisa, daughter of Rowland and Rachel (Pond) Woodward, 
of Hubbardstown, Mass., (born Nov. 9, 1828, and died in 
1868). He married (2d), Helen A. Carr, of Worcester, Mass. 
He is a dentist in Worcester, Mass. For child see 11 63. 

597. George Newton, born Jan. 1, 1828 ; died Oct. 12, 

1839- 

598- Mary Jane, born Nov. 10, 1830 ; married Oct. 18, 
1853, Charles A. Bradley ; second husband, Mr. Wilson, 
res. Fitzwilliam, N. H. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND DOLLY {Forbes) ESTABROOK. (294). 

599. John F., born April 10, 1815 ; married Nov., 1843, 
Mary E., daughter of Samuel W. Drew, of Roxbury, Mass., 
who died Feb. 26, 1848 ; he married (2d) Jan. 1, 1850, Eliza- 
beth Amelia, daughter of Rufus and Esther Augusta Put- 
nam, of Rutland. He is an artisan and painter for Howe 
Scale Works, in Rutland, Vt., and resides at Brandon, Vt. 
For children see 1164-1172. 

600. George A., born April 17, 1817 ; married April n, 
1839, Eouisa E. Farnsworth ; he died May 1, 1845, leaving 
no children ; was an artisan ; resided in Rutland, Mass. 

601. Charles H., born Jan. 9, or June 29, 1819 ; married 
Dec. 14, 1848, Mrs. Mary L. Safford, daughter of Benajah 
Grigham of Boston. She died April 1, 1882. He is a phys- 
ician, and resides at 605 Shawmut avenue, Boston, Mass. 
For child see n 73. 

602. Elizabeth S., born Jan. 5, 1821 ; married May 28, 
1845, Alden Graham of Roxbury, Mass. ; she died June 7, 
1848. For children see 1174-1175. 

603. Mary M., born Sept. n, 1823; married April 16, 
1850, Alden Graham. For child see n 76. 

604. Harriet A., born Sept. 14, 1825 ; died April 10, 1845. 

605. Joseph H., born July 26, 1828; died Sept. 13, 1846, 



94 SIXTH GENERATION. 

606. Jones Edward, born March 8, 1832 ; married Nov. 
2 5> J 855, Ellen Sophia Forbes, who died Nov. 13, 1873 ; he 
married (2d) July 2, 1874, Katharine Chapin Broad. He 
was a broker, and resided at Worcester, Mass. He died in 
Vineland, N. J., April 29, 1878. Kate died May 29, 1884. 
For children see 11 77-1 183. 



CHILDREN OF ROSS WYMAN AND ABIGAIL B. {Davis) ES- 
TABROOK. (295). 

607. Thaddeus Davis, born May 17, 1820 ; married Nov. 
12, 1846, Fliza Trowbridge Buck, (born Oct., 1823), reside 
at Great Bend, Pa. For children see 1184-1187. 

608. Joseph Hubbard, born May 23, 1822 ; married Sept. 
28, 1843, Mary M. Ensign, (born Dec. 20, 1823), at Salis- 
bury, Ct. Reside in Denver, Col. For children see 11 88- 
1191. 

609. Caroline Sarah Samantha, born Dec. 11, 1824; 
married June 25, 1851, Henry C. Knight. 



CHILDREN OF DWIGHT AND ABI [Brown) ESTABROOK. 

(297) 
(All born at Paxton, Mass.) 

610. Dwight, born July 6, 1825 ; married at Holden, 
Mass., Aug. 13, 1846, Mary B. Rogers, (born in Holden, 
Oct. 4, 1828.) For children see 1192-1197. 

611. Mary Antoinette, born July 1, 1827 ; married Oct. 
21, 1848, Luther Goddard, (born in Paxton, Nov. 17, 1814) ; 
she died in Worcester, Mass., June 19, 1858. No children. 

612. Fanny Brown, born April 5, 1830; married April 
13, 1847, George A. Brown, (born in Leicester, Mass., July 
6, 1824.) For child see 1198. 

613. Daniel Franklin, born Sept. 9, 1832 ; married Nov. 
26, 1856, Delia N. Howe, (born in Paxton, July 9, 1836.) 
No children. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 95 

614. Davis Francis, born Sept. 9, 1832 ; married Sarah 
B. Fitch of Boston, (born Sept. 1, 1837.) For children see 
1 199-1200. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND LYDIA (Estabrook) FRENCH. 

(300) 

615. Abigail, born May 12, 1802 ; died April 28, 1803. 

616. Russell, born Oct. 26, 1803. 

617. Ozro, born June 8, 1807 ; is a minister, attached to 
home missions. 

CHILDREN OF JOEL AND MARY {Sargeant) ESTABROOK. (302) 
(All born in New fane, Vt.) 

618. Emerson, born Sept. 13, 1808 ; died Oct. 12, 1830. 
Married and had one son. 

619. Lorenzo Gates, born Oct. 24, 1809 ; married Aug. 

28, 1833, Susan Morse ; he died Feb. 19, 1861. For children 
see 1201-1211. 

620. Lucy Washburn, born May 12, 181 1 ; married April 
3, 1832, Jonathan Ingram. She died at Sargeant, Neb., July 

29, 1885. For children see 1212-1218. 

621. Abigail, born Sept. 29, 1812; died same day. 

622. Abigail Mary, born Aug. 10, 1814 ; died in 1820. 

623. Joel Benjamin, born June 18, 1820; married Sept. 
21, 1843, Sybil Fddy, (born Feb. 17, 1823). He died Jan. 
2 7> l8 75; she died Feb. 22, 1875. He resided in Manches- 
ter, Vt. For children see 1219-1222. 

624. Amia Rosina, born March 16, 1825 ; died Dec. 20, 
1829. 

CHILDREN OF DR. JEDEDIAH AND PERSIS {Cutter) ESTA- 
BROOK. (303) 

(Born at Dover, Vt.) 

625. Erastus, born Jan. 24, 181 1 ; (1st) married Mary A. 
Stearnes, (born July 7, 1806 ; died Nov. 18, 1853). He mar- 
ried (2d) about 1854, Roxanna Farr, who died at Westmore- 



90 SIXTH GENERATION. 

land, N. H., July 10, 1872. He moved to Chesterfield, N. 
H:, and died Aug. 19, 1875. For children see 1223-1237. 

626. Samuel Gates, born Jan. 23, 1813 ; died Feb. 27, 
1813. 

627. Mary Hannah, born Feb. 23. 1814 ; married April 
8, 1834, Solomon Jones; died Nov. 18, 1853. For children 
see 1238-1245. 

628. Lydia French, born April 5, 1816 ; married May 18, 
1842, James Lyman, (born Feb. 17, 1813). She died Dec. 
5, i860 ; resided at Dover, Vt. For child see 1246. 

629. Persis, born Jan. 6, 1818 ; married Oct. 22, 1837, 
Louis Bryan ; she died Aug. 5, 1881. For children see 1247 
-1252. 

630. Jedediah Clapp, born July 19, 1820 ; married March 
16, 1843, Roxanna Smead of Whitingham, Vt. She died 
May 25, 1876 ; he married (2d) Nov. 16, 1878, widow Sarah 
M. Curtis of Wardsboro, Vt., who is now living (1890). He 
died Dec. 30, 1888, at Wardsboro, Vt. No children by sec- 
ond marriage. For children see 1253-1257. 

631. William French, born March 8, 1822; died Nov. 
16, 1871 ; married Aug. 11, 1847, Abigail D. Johnson (living 
in 1890). For children see 1258-1262. 

632. Louisa Sophia, born Jan. 30, 1824 ; married Oct. 
18, 1849, Luther Haskins, (born Oct. 15, 18 19). For chil- 
dren see 1 263-1 268. 

633. George Washington, born April 23, 1826 ; died 
May 13, 1826. 

634. Sally Malissa, born Dec. 1, 1827 ; died Dec. 9, 1828. 

635. Charles Flagg, born April 4, 1830 ; married May 
23, 1858, Angeline Aldrich, (born Dec. 20, 1834), resides at 
Guilford, Vt. For child see 1269. 



CHILDREN OP BENJAMIN AND CLARISSA {Farr) ESTA- 
BROOK. (305) 

636. Emeline, born Dec. 4, 1817 ; married at Brattleboro, 
Vt., Jan. 6, 1840, Arba Spaulding, by Rev. Addison Brown, 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 97 

both of Dummerston, Vt. She died Sept. 29, 1843; he died 
May 1, 1855, aged forty-one years. For children see 1270- 
1271. 

637. Alvan D., born April 21, 1820; died Nov. 22, 1821. 

638. James M., born Aug. 31, 1822 ; died in infancy. 

639. Clarissa Amy, born Nov. 6, 1823 ; married March 
11, 1873, David L,. Mansfield, and reside in Dummerston, 
Vt. He was a son of Jesse Jacquith and Hannah (I,uf kin) 
Mansfield, and was born in Salisbury, N. H., Sept. 17, 1837. 
His occupation has been principally that of school teaching. 
He wrote a history of Dummerston, Vt. No children. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND ELIZABETH (Estabrook) BUT- 
TRICK. (315). 

640. Alban, born at Concord, Mass, Feb. 11, 1818. 

641. Jerome, born at Concord, Mass., Nov. 4, 1819. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND MARY {Estabrook) KIDDER. 

(321). 

642. Maria. 

643. Olivia. 

644. Sarah. 

645. William H. Resides at Darien, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF JONATHAN AND RHODA (Hathorn) ESTA- 
BROOK. (322). 

(All bora in Alden, N. Y.) 

646. Olivea. 

647. Fidelia, married Samuel Adams of Marilla, N. Y. 

648. Rosamond, married James Chesebro of Sycamore, 
Illinois. 



98 SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND SYBIL {Brown) ESTABROOK. 

(323)- 

649. Thomas B., born March 14, 1812 ; murdered for his 
money in Deonedar, St. Joe Co., Mich., Nov. 13, 1853 ; un- 
married. 

650. Leroy John, born March 2, 1813 ; died March 5, 1813. 

651. Alonso Flagg, born at Reading, Vt., March 7, 1814 ; 
married in 1844, Elizabeth Ann, youngest daughter of the 
late Rev. John Sutcliffe, a reed maker, formerly from Eng- 
land. She died at Carlisle, Ind., in 1878, aged fifty-three 
years. He was educated at Norwich University, Vermont ; 
went in 1836 to Toledo, O., and in 1837 engaged in an engi- 
neer corps as axman, and in the summer of 1838 was put in 
charge of a construction corps as junior assistant engineer at 
Fort Defiance, on the Wabash and Erie Canal, in State ser- 
vice, and in 1839 was put in charge of some locks and dams 
on Muskingrew River, for steamboat navigation. In 1841 
went to Indiana, and was occasionally engaged in teaching. 
In 1848 and 1849 was engaged in the surveys and construc- 
tion of the Indiana and Bellefontane Railroad ; from 1852 to 
1854 was engaged as engineer on the Evansville and Terre 
Haute Railroad surveys and construction, and moved with 
his family to a farm near Carlisle, Ind., in 1853, wherehe did 
small jobs of surveying, etc. In 1870 was elected county 
surveyor, and served fourteen years. In 1884 he went to 
Antelope Valley, in Northwest Nebraska. Was admitted to 
the bar in 185 1, but never practiced. Resides at Gordon, 
Neb. For children see 1 272-1 274. 

652. Jasper Hasen, born Dec. 13, 1815 ; died May 27, 
1842, at Reading, Vt. Was a successful physician, and died 
from injuries received from a fall while visiting a patient. 
Unmarried. 

653. 'William 'Warren, born in Reading, Vt., Aug. 23, 
1817 ; married Dec. 26, 1837, Isabella Eliza, daughter of 
Eot Conant, (born in R. , Dec. 30, 1819, and died Jan. 3, 
1853) He married (2d) June 14, 1854, Piercy Barker, in 
Springfield, Vt., (born at W. Windsor, Vt., March 23, 1821, 



ESTABROOK GENEAL OG Y. 99 

and died in Sullivan Co., Ind., Jan. 23, 1871). He married 
(3d) at Sullivan, Ind., July 10, 1872, Jennie C. Young, 
(born at Damascus, Col. Co., O., Aug. 7, 1837). He went 
to Carlisle, Sullivan Co., Ind., in 1856; went to Illinois in 
1877. Resides in Paris, 111. For children see 1275-1280. 

654. Mary Viola, born Feb. 26, 1823 ; married Augustus 
V. Jones 1843 ; died March 2, 1865, at Fitchburg, Mass. 
No children. 

655. Adin Cady, born at Reading, Vt., Dec. 9, 1828; 
married Jan. 5, 1857, Emma Tarbell, of Tunbridge, Vt. 
Resides at Lunenburg, Mass. For children see 1281-1282. 



CHILDREN OP BENJAMIN AND ANN {Estabrook) HATHORN. 

(325)- 

656. Benjamin, married and resides at Woodstock, Vt. 

657. Ira, died childless. 

658. Electa, married Joel M. Slack, of Plymouth ; both 
dead. Had son Ira N. , who lives in Lunenburg, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF RTJFTJS AND HANNAH (Estabrook) KIDDER. 

(326). 

659. Henry, lives at Alden, N. Y. 

660. Danford. 



CHILDREN OF JOEL AND SARAH B. {Taylor) ESTABROOK. 

(340- 

661. Joel Dexter, born Oct. 6, 1813. Unmarried. Re- 
sides at Wilton, N. H. 

662. Cyrus R.,born Aug. 25, 1815 ; married (1st) Dec. 
19, 1844, Eliza, daughter of Able Sawyer, who died Jan. 26, 
1848; he married (2d) Nov. 15, 1861, Orrissa A., daughter 
of Capt. Isaac White, of Nelson, a lineal descendant of Pere- 
grine White, who was born on board the Mayflower. Re- 
sides at Hancock, N. H. For child see 1283. 

7 



1 00 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OP BENJAMIN AND SIBYL {Wood) ESTABROOK. 

(342). 

663. David W., born June 30, 1805 ; married (1st) Oct. 
10, 1839, at Strafford, Vt., Mary Clogston ; she died Feb., 
1843 ; and he married (2d) June, 1844, Lucy, daughter of 
Ezra and Sarah (Stockwell) Benedict, (born Jan. 7, 1809), 
of Thetford, Vt.; she died, and he married (3d) in 1864, 
Mary Walters, of Fairfield, 111. He died at Tampico, 111., 
Feb. 17, 1877. For children see 1284-1291. 

664. Levi Daniel, born June 15, 1807 ; died Nov. 15, 
1823. 

665. Elvira Calista, born July 17, 1810 ; married March 
13, 1828, in Worcester, Vt., Jacob Baldwin; she died in 
Manchester, Vt., Aug. 31, 1841. He was born July 10, 
1807, and now resides in Yorktown, Bureau Co., 111. For 
children see 1 292-1 295. 

666. Salmon W., born April 1, 1812 ; he left home about 
1835, and moved to Georgia ; probably deceased. 

667. Joel Anson, born March 6, 1819 ; supposed to have 
been lost at sea about year 1840. 

668. Sarah Maria, born March 31, 1821 ; married Sept. 
4, 1842, Noah J. Hogeboom, Manchester, Vt.; moved to 
Vermont in 1838; reside now at Tampico, 111. For chil- 
dren see 1 296-1 299. 

669. Stephen Monroe, born March 31, 1821 ; married 
April 28, 1845, Roselta Howe, of Manchester, Vt. She died. 
In 1863 he married Frances Rice, of Springfield, 111. Did 
reside at West Union, Iowa. For child see 1300. 



CHILDREN OF HOSEA AND MARY {Moors) ESTABROOK, (343). 
(Born at Hancock, N. H.) 

670. Lawrence, born July 28, 1810; married (1st) Nov. 
20, 1832, Lucy Gilson ; married (2d) Feb. 15, 1838, Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Benjamin WinsMp. At the age of four- 
teen he went to Peterboro, and worked in the Union factory 
seven years, then in Lowell and other places five years ; re- 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 101 

turned to Hancock and purchased a part of the Moody La- 
kin place ; later removed to Dunstable, Mass., where he now 
resides. For children see 1301-1304. 

671. Lydia, born June 12, 1812 ; married Sept. 24, 1850, 
Samuel Matthews. 

672. William Plummer, born Sept. 25, 1813 ; has worked 
in cotton factories in Dowell, Mass. , Manchester and Salmon 
Falls ; present residence, Salem ; married Terene Howe, of 
Vermont, who died in 1880. Two children, a son who died 
young, and a daughter. 

673. Mary, married Isaac Williams, of Hancock Factory 
Village. 

674. George W., born April 13, 1819 ; went to 1,0 well, 
Mass., in 1839, where he worked in the Suffolk mills ten 
years ; then removed to Manchester ; engaged as overseer in 
the Amoskeag cotton mill, where he remained ; married Oct. 

7, 1840, Betsey , who died Jan. 20, 1856 ; married (2d) 

Feb. 27, 1859, Marretta Cheney, of Manchester. For chil- 
dren see 1 305-1306. 

675. Stillman, born about 1821 ; went to Dowell at about 
the age of eighteen, and went to work in the Lawrence com- 
pany's repair shop, where he remained some thirty-seven 
years, and was overseer a large part of the time ; married 
Adeline Averill, of Lowell. Two children, a son and a 
daughter ; both married and reside in Dowell ; the son is a 
noted marble engraver. 

676. David M., a blacksmith ; has lived in New Boston, 
Bedford, and Manchester, his present residence ; has been 
married three times. 



102 SEVENTH GENERATION. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF CAPTAIN ABNER AND LUCY C. {Estabrook) 
YOUNG. (357) 

(All born at Athol, Mass. ) 

677. Lucy Cushing, born Oct. 31, 1819; married Foster 
Merritt of Manchester ; now reside at Lawn Dale, near Chi- 
cago. Have no children, but an adopted son and heir, Wil- 
liam Young Merritt, born June 1, 1878, resides at No. 1401 
Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

678. 'William, born Aug. 11, 1821 ; died Aug. 14, 1878, 
unmarried. 

679. Joseph E., born Aug. 14, 1830; married and lives in 
Chicago ; has three or four children. 

680. Delia Maria, born Sept. 3, 1828 ; died Dec. 22, 1885, 
unmarried. 

681. Mary E., born July, 1835 ; married Dec. 18, 1858, 
John H. Stebbins of Deerfield, Mass. She died in 1868. 
For children see 1307-1309. 



CHILD OF NATHANIEL C. AND MEHETABEL {Cushing) ESTA- 
BROOK. (358) 

682. Nathaniel, born at Athol, Mass., in 1824; married 
Mary Ann Boutelle. He died Jan. 25, 1863. She is also 
dead. For child see 13 10. 



CHILDREN OF DR. JOSEPH H. AND CAROLINE {Jacobs) ESTA- 
BROOK. (359) 

(All born at Camden, Me.) 

683. Joseph Hubbard, born Oct. 29, 1823. He was a 
physician, and died Aug. 1, 1864, unmarried. 



EST A BROOK GENEAL OG Y. I 03. 

684. Caroline Jacobs, born Jan. 1825 ; married William, 
son of Wm. R. Hunt, of Montville, Me. Resides at lib- 
erty, Me. For child see 131 1. 

685. Samuel Orville, born Aug. 13, 1829 ; married ; 
died Sept. 25, 1880, at Roseville, Cal. 

686. Benjamin Rush, born Aug. 20, 1830; married June, 
1858, Sarah T. Brown, at Charleston, S. C, where he died 
March 21, 1871. For child see 1312. 

687. Theodore Lindley, born Aug. 13, 1832 ; married 
Mar. 1863, Caroline Haskell, daughter of Joseph Lellers. 
A physician ; resides at Rockland, Me. No children. 

688. George Clifford, bora Feb. 1, 1834. A physician; 
resides at Rockland, Me. Unmarried. 

689. Ellen A., born May 10, 1835 ; died Sept. 3, 1852. 

690. Arabella Ober, born Aug. 12, 1836 ; died April 17, 
1872, unmarried. 

691. Eugenia Tucker, born Aug. 12, 1836 ; married Sept. 
12, 1864, Alonzo Sherman of Paw Paw, Mich. For child 
see 1313. 

692. Margaret Victoria, born Nov. 12, 1838 ; married 
Jan. 24, 1863 ; George W. Warren of Deerfield, Mass. For 
children see 1314-1315. 

693. Frederick Roscoe, born Jan. 5, 1841 ; was physi- 
cian and assistant surgeon of 24th Me. Reg. Vols. Died at 
New Orleans, Feb. 23, 1863. 

694. Georgiana Eloise, born Feb. 13, 1843 ; married 
June 5, 1878, Charles H. Freeman of Portland, Me. No 
children. 

695. Edward Leicester, born July 13, 1845 ; married 
July 10, 1884, Susan C. Hunt of Liberty, Me. He is a phy- 
sician and resides at N. Y. City. She died, and he married 
(2d), Feb. 8, 1888, Caroline M. Benedict of N. Y. City. 
For child see 1316. 

[Six children died in infancy, some not named, making a 
family of nineteen children.] 



1 04 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF THEODORE AND MARCIA (Estabrook) JONES. 

(360). 
(All born at Athol, Mass.) 

696. Joseph E., born 1820; married and has four chil- 
dren. Resides in Boston. 

697. Theodore, born 1822 ; married and had two children, 
who died. Resides at Athol, Mass. 

698. Charles C, born 1824; resides at Athol ; has been 
twice married ; had two children ; one drowned and one lives 
in Copper City, Shasta Co., Cal. 

699. Frederick, born 1827 ; lives in San Francisco, Cal. 

700. Nathaniel Hubbard, born 1830; lives in Chicago ; 
unmarried. 

701. Ellen Adelia, born 1832 ; lives in Boston. 

702. Benjamin Orville, born 1835 ; lives in Northampton, 
Mass. 

703. Marcia, born 1843 ; is an invalid from a fall. 

704. Jerome, born 1836 ; has been married twice ; is a 
member of Jones, McDufEe & Stratton, 59 Federal street, 
Boston. 



CHILDREN OF REV. PRESERVED AND FIDELIA {Estabrook) 
SMITH. (361). 

705. Fidelia, born 1839; died 1843. 

706. Frederic Estabrook, born 1844; married July 13, 
1865, Ada Z. Chaney ; reside at Dayton, O. For children 
see 1317-1321. 

CHILDREN OF WALTER R. AND LYDIA (Palmer) ESTA- 
BROOK. (365). 

707. Sarah E., born in Salem, Mass., June 2, 1812 ; mar- 
ried (1st) James Russell, of Watertown, Mass., where they 
resided until his death, when she moved to Boston and mar- 
ried (2d) Sydney Butterfield, and resided in Boston till 1878, 
when they moved to Allston. Sydney died 18S6. She re- 
sides at 124 Franklin St., Allston, Mass. For children see 
1322-1325. 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 105 

70S. Lydia Lowell, born at Boston, April 18, 1814 ; mar- 
ried Sept. 27, 1834, James Thwing, (born Sept. 13, 1808, at 
Newton, Mass.), where they lived [all of [their married life 
in the same house. He died there IMarch 30, 1883, and 
she died there Jan. 25, 1887. For children see 1 326-1 330. 

709. Samuel P., born in Beverly, Mass., Aug. 22, 1815 ; 
married May 9, 1840, Elizabeth Y. Pratt, of Boston, where 
they lived for a time, then moved to Cambridgeport. He 
served in the War of the Rebellion, and died in 1872. His 
wife, Elizabeth, died May 12, 1854; he .married (2d) Jan. 
16, 1855, Mary A. M. Pratt, who resides at 3 Dewey St., 
Worcester, Mass. They resided in Cambridge until June 
15, 1865, when they moved to Vineland, N. J., and lived 
there till May, 1871, then moved to Worcester, Mass., where 
he died Oct. 29, 1872. He served in 1st Mass. Vol. Militia, 
Co. G., in 1862, and received injuries from which he never 
recovered. For children see 1 331-1334. 

710. William W., born in Charlestown, Mass., Feb. 25, 
1817 ; married Dec. 29, 1844, Anna M. Howard, of Lowell, 
Mass., and lived in Cambridgeport, Mass. His wife, Anna, 
died 1853 ; he married (2d) Lucy Pratt, and lived in C, and 
then, 1856, moved to Lowell ; about 1859 and afterwards to 
Boston. He enlisted for three years in 1st Mass. Vol. 
Militia, Co. H, and served his full time, and is now an in- 
mate of Mass. Soldiers' Home. For children see 1 335-1 337. 

711. 'Walter, born March 20, 1819 ; died in Boston, Aug. 
12, 1820. 

712. Adeline, born in Lexington, Mass., Jan. 18, 1821 ; 
moved to Boston in 1822 with her parents, and thence to 
Cambridgeport, where she died May 17, 1851. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND HANNAH {Estabrook) SIMONDS. 

(37o.) 
713. John, born in Lexington, Mass., April 23, 1836; 
married Dec. 24, 1857, Katie L- Nichols, of Charlestown, 
Mass. She died April 26, 1868. He married (2d) June 10, 



106 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1869, Mrs. Jennie D. Smith. They reside in Melrose, Mass. 
For children see 1 338-1 339. 

714. George, born June 14, 1838 ; married Dec. 31, 1863, 
Mary E. Bannon. She died April 16, 1873. He married 
(2d) March 11, 1875, Alice Packard. They reside at Lex- 
ington, Mass. For children see 1340-1343. 

715. Fidelia, born Dec. 21, 1840; married April 19, i860, 
John T. Demar. Reside in Lexington. For children see 

1344-1345. 

716. Rosanna, born Dec. 16, 1842 ; married Jan. 16, 1868, 
James C. Porter. He died May 4, 1883, in Templeton, 
where she now resides. For child see 1346. 

717. Anna M., born March 29, 1849; married Nov. 27, 
1873, Edwin N. Simonds. She died Nov. 23, 1874. No 
children. 

Ella M., born Nov. 25, 1853 ; died Aug. 8, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF SOLOMON AND ELIZABETH C. (Blodgett) 
ESTABROOK. (371) 

718. Henry D., born May 19, 1838 ; married Jan. 16, 
1866, Sarah A. Cummings. For child see 1347. 

719. George D., born May 19, 1838 ; married July 20, 
1865, Emma S. Fowle. For child see 1348. 

720. Lyman, born Feb. 26, 1849; married Jan. 12, 1881, 
Hattie E. Kenyon, of New Ipswick, N. H. 



CHILDREN OF LUKE W. AND ABIGAIL {Esiabrook) WRIGHT. 

(372) 

721. Sarah Arvilla, born Oct. 5, 1848 ; married Nov. 12, 
1874, George P. Barrett, of Concord, Mass. For children 

see 1349-1353- 

722. Abbie Elizabeth, born Dec. 11, 1849. 

723. Arthur Estabrook, born Sept. 29, 1854 ; died Jan. 
26, 1859. 

724. Alice Arthuretta, born Jan. 27, 1861. 



EST A BROOK GENEALOGY. 107 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND NANCY {Raymond) ESTABROOK. 

(373) 

725. Sarah Eldora, born May 23, 1847 ; married March 
24, 1875, I,uke Kendall of Royalton, Vt., and resides in 
Creston, Iowa. For child see 1354. 

726. Joseph Warren, born Oct. 6, 1849 ; married Nov. 
30, 1876, Mary Stocker of Sangust, Mass., and resides in 
Cambridge, Mass. For children see 1355-1357. 

727. Nancy Elizabeth, born June 8, 1851 ; died Sept. 3, 
1852. 

728. Emma Francis, born July 11, 1853 ; married Sept. 
9, 1884, Dr. Fred. W. Whitney of Keene, N. H., resides in 
Sherburne, N. Y. For child see 1358. 

729. Ida Raymond, born Feb. 10, 1855 ; died March 6, 
1874. 

730. Herbert Olvin, born Aug. 10, 1858, died July 4, 
1863. 

731. Nellie Celesta, born Sept. 2, i860 ; died July 15, 1863. 

732. Abbie Etta, born April 4, 1862, resides at E. Acton, 
Mass. 

733. Hattie Rosella, born Oct. 8, 1864, resides at E. Ac- 
ton, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF JONES AND SALLY {Davis) ESTABROOK. 

(376) 

734. Marion M., born at Holden, Mass, July 1, 1824. 

735. Sarah, born at Brighton, Mass., June 14, 1829. 



CHILDREN OF WASHINGTON AND LYDIA {Watson) ESTA- 
BROOK. (383) 

(All born in Princeton, Mass. ) 

736. George W., born Feb. 5, 1822 ; married 1845, Sophia 
E. Novell, of Millbury. Went to Grafton, Mass., from 
Worcester, in 1851, and entered into the employ of B. K. 
Moulton, where he remained seven years. In 1858, he 
formed a copartnership with Herman Fernald, and engaged 



1 08 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

in currying until 1863, when the business was conducted in 
his name alone, by his son Frank, until Feb., 1874, when 
the business was discontinued, he being engaged by a whole- 
sale leather house in Boston, as salesman, where he has 
since been located. 

737. John W., born Nov. 20, 1823 ; married Nov. 25, 
1847, Julia A. Howe, who died Nov. 26, 1865. Resided and 
died at Grafton, Mass. For children see 1359-1369. 

738. Lydia Eliza, born Nov. 22, 1825 ; married Jan. 18, 
1843, Francis Morse of Sterling, residence, Winchester, N. 
H., where she died Dec. 5, 1890, of heart disease. 

739. Charles W., born April 22, 1828 ; resides at Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

740. Mary C, born Jan. 18, 1830; married Ira Lindsay, 
resides at Grafton. 

741. Julia A. F., born Feb. 27, 1832; married P. T. K. 
Burpee ; resides at Sterling, Mass. 

742. James H., born Oct. 20, 1833; died at St. Louis, 
May 22, 1866. 

743. Ellen A., born Nov. 20, 1835 ; married Oscar Strat- 
ton ; resides at Denver, Col. 

744. Sarah E., born April 26, 1838 ; died Feb. 2, 1839. 

745. Sarah E., born Jan. 31, 1840 ; died June 2, 1842. 

746. Jacob Wheeler, born April 14, 1843. 

747. Joseph T., born Sept. 18, 1846 ; died in New York, 
Jan. 3, 1863, a soldier from Grafton, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND AMANDA {Davis) ESTABROOK. 

(384)- 
(All bora at Holdeu, Mass.) 

748. Hannah Amanda, born Aug. 1, 1833 ; died July 3, 
1879. 

749. Lydia Eunice, born Feb. 27, 1835. 

750. John Davis, born May 30, 1837; married Sept. 1, 
1873, Eliza O. Mansfield, of Germantown, Pa. She was 
born May 1, 1840. Resides at 699 Lincoln ave., St. Paul, 
Minn. For children see 1370-1372. 



ESTA BROOK GENEALOGY. 1 09 

751. Joseph Davis, born July 14, 184I ; died Aug. 23, 
1843. 

752. Joseph Davis, born Jan. 24, 1845 ; married June 16, 
1869, Charlotte leucine Kelsey, of North Cambridge, Mass., 
daughter of Albert Hannibal and Charlotte (Upton) Kelsey, 
(born in Boston Jan. 15, 1847). They lived in Fitchburg, 
Mass., from 1848 to 1862, then went to Boston and he entered 
the woolen business, which he still continues. Have resided 
in Cambridge, Mass. , since 1870. For children see 1373-1377. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND MEHITABLE {Mason) ESTA- 
BROOK. (387). 

753. Julia Mason, born at Holden, Mass., May 11, 1827 ; 
died 1832. 

754. Jonathan, born at H. Jan. 19, 1830; died 1832. 

755. Josiah S., born at H. May 25, 1834; killed in the 
battle of Gettysburg, July 2, 1863 ; unmarried. 

756. Joseph Mason, born at H. Sept. 17, 1837 ; married 
at Worcester, by Rev. Merrill Richardson, Nov. 27, 1867, 
Mary Caroline, daughter of James H. and Martha Ann 
(Stowe) Whitmore (born in Framingham, Mass., April 9, 
1844); reside in Milford, Mass. He is manufacturer of 
Howe's patent boot and shoe trees. Have an adopted daugh- 
ter, Pauline (born in Montpelier, Vt., Aug. 29, 1869). 

757. Martha Jane, born Oct. 17, 1839; married Aug. 4, 
1864, George B. Canterbury of Ware, Mass. (born June 6, 
1837). He is a farmer. For children see 1 378-1 380. 

758. Julia Mehitable, born April 27, 1842; married Al- 
bert Farwell of Fitchburg, Mass., where she died 1866. 

759. William Felt, born Feb. 10, 1846 ; married lizzie 
Standish of Hollister, Mass. He died May 19, 1885. 



no SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF EBENEZER R. AND JANE (Boyden) ESTA- 
BROOK. (392). 

760. Henry. 

761. Frank. 

762. Mary Eliza, born at Holden, July 9, 1838. (?) 

763. Ella. 

764. Isabella. 

CHILD OF JAMES AND ALMIRA (Read) ESTABROOK. (393). 

765. Almira Rowena Julietta, born at Rutland, Mass., 
July 31, 1824; married June 2, 1842, Ezra L. Fish of Mill- 
ington, Mass. 

CHILDREN OF SIMON R. AND FRANCES (Scarborough) ES- 
TABROOK. (397). 

(Born in Hartford, O.) 

766. Frances Scarborough, born Sept. 18, 1833 ; mar- 
ried a Mr. Woodrow, who died, and she married (2d) Aug. 
10, 1870, James King, of Newton, Mass. 

767. James Andrew, born Sept. 18, 1837 ; married in 
Warren, O., June 26, 1867, Martha Matilda Aldridge, (born 
in Warren, O., Sept. 29, 1842), daughter of David and 
Hannah Aldridge. Reside in Warren, O. For children 
see i38oa-i38of. 

768. Simon R., born Oct., 1839; died Jan. 3, 1841. 

769. David B., born July 21, 1843 > died Oct. 16, 1867. 

770. Mary B., born April, 1847. 

771. Ella M., born July, 1849. 

772. Frederick A., born Oct., 1851 ; drowned June 1, 
1865. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND SECLECTIA (Gould) ESTABROOK. 
(Born in Westminster, Mass.) 

773. Mahalah G., born Dec. 20, 1833 ; married June 26, 
1853, Franklin B. Fenno, of Westminster, Mass., son of 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. in 

Reuben Fenno. He died Aug., 1874 ; she resides in West- 
minster, Mass. For children see 1381-1385. 

774. Pemelia, born Oct. 31, 1835 ; married Oct. 12, 1862, 
Josiah S., son of Wm. and Persis Howe, of Marlboro, Mass., 
(born in 1837, and died Aug. 1, 1883.) She resides in Marl- 
boro. For children see 1386-1389. 

775. Mary, born Feb. 2, 1838 ; married May 7, i860, Ad- 
dington M. Brigham, of Marlboro, Mass., where she resides. 
For children see 1390- 1393. 

776. John Wesley, born April 20, 1843 ; married Nov. 
17, 1866, Sarah A. Parkinson, (born at Dunstable, Jan. 8, 
1850,) of Mt. Holly, Vt., and settled on old Estabrook place 
in Westminster for five years, then moved to Walpole, N. H. 
He is a farmer. Remained with his parents until March 17, 
1864, when he enlisted and served till the close of the war. 
For children see 1394-1396. 

777. Sarah Ann, born June 6, 1848; married Nov. 21, 
1875, Frank W. Ellis, of Wilton, Me. Now reside in Marl- 
boro, Mass. No children. 



CHILD OF DANIEL AND HANNAH {Estabrook) HAYDEN. (404). 

778. Elsie, died Feb. 8, 1887, at Westminster, Mass., un- 
married, aged thirty-four years, two months, fifteen days. 



CHILDREN OE CYRUS M. AND BETHIAH (Coleman) ESTA- 
BROOK. (406). 

779. Edward C, born in Westminster, Mass., Jan. 9, 
1840; married Sept. 8, 1875, Mary J., daughter of Stephen 
Corey, (born in Hollister, May 4, 1849). He is a farmer. 
For children see 1 397-1 401. 

780. Alvin E., born in Westminster, Mass., Aug. 29, 
1841 ; married April 3, 1866, Harriet A., daughter of John 
and I^ucy (Bond) Roper, (born in Princeton, Mass., July 16, 
1849). He is a mechanic. For children see 1402-1403. 



112 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

781. Joseph W., born in Princeton, Mass., Dec. 31; 
1845 ; died Nov. 15, 1846; buried in Westminster. 

782. Joseph W., born in Princeton, Mass., Sept. 11, 

1847. He is a hardware dealer. 

783. Mandel A., born in Princeton, Mass., May 18, 1851 ; 
married Nov. 15, 1882, Eouisa M., daughter of Thomas and 
Martha (Hubbard) Wilder, (born in Deominster, Mass., 
Aug. 20, 1851). He is a farmer and resides at Sterling, 
Mass. For children see 1404-1407. 

784. Sarah L,, born in Princeton, Mass., May 28, 1854 ; 
married Feb. 22, 1877, Herman A., son of Elijah and Eliza- 
beth (Vose) Gould. He is a farmer. For child see 1408. 

785. Abbie L., born in Princeton, Mass., Aug. 16, r8s6 ; 
married Oct. 15, 1878, Winslow, son of Winthrop and Eva- 
line (Howe) Arnold, (born in Marlboro, Mass., Aug. 28, 

1848, died March 17, 1884). He was a farmer. She mar- 
ried (2d) Feb. 2, 1887, Charles H., son of Benjamin and 
Susan (Hosmer) Eaton, (born Oct. 26, 1851, in Gardner, 
Mass.) He is a mechanic. For child see 1409. 

786. George H., born in Princeton, Mass., March 5, 
1 86 1 ; died Oct. 11, 1871 ; buried in Sterling, Mass. 

787. Charles F., born in Princeton, Mass., April 16, 
1863. He is a farmer. 

788. Franklin W., born in Princeton, Mass., May 6, 
1865. He is a farmer. 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD W. AND MARY E. ( Wagner) ESTA- 
BROOK. (408). 

789. Wilson, born Dec. 30, 1859 ; resides at Brecken- 
ridge, Mo. 

790. Elery, born June 24, 1861 ; resides at Breckenridge, 
Mo. 

CHILDREN OE CHARLES A. AND CAROLINE H. {Dow) ES- 
TABROOK. (413). 

791. Caroline F., born in Boston, July 14, 1847 ; died 
Aug. 6, 1849. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 113 

792. Isadore P., born May 10, 1851 ; married Edgar A. 
Edwards, of New York, Aug. 9, 1878. 

793. Charles F., born Oct. 26, 1854 ; married at West- 
minister, Mass., May 8, 1889, to Emma A. Roe. 

794. Arieanna, born Oct. 31, 1857 ; married Benj. F. 
Wilson of Rindge, N. H., Dec. 25, 1880. 

795. Lewis Isaac, born Feb. 7, 1859 ; died April 29, 1865. 

796. Henry Dow, born Dec. 9, 1863. 

797. Gertrude Caroline, (Caroline Josephine), born 
July 10, 1870 ; died Sept. 7, 1870. 

[The last six born in Westminister, Mass. Nos. 791, 795 
and 797, are buried at W. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND NANCY ( White) ESTABROOK. (417) 
(All born at Edwardsville, 111.) 

798. John, born July 28, 1821 , married 1846, Adeline En- 
low, at Plattsville, Wis. ; she died, and he married again in 
Nebraska. He died in Waverly, Neb., Jan. 9, 1886. 

He was in some respects a remarkable man. To quote 
from one who knew him long and intimately : ' ' He never 
used tobacco in any form, never drank a glass of spirits or 
beer as a beverage ; never played a game of chance, or bet a 
dollar ; never had a lawsuit or open quarrel with any man ; 
never held an office, civil or military ; never was sued, and 
never failed to pay a debt, either for himself or security for 
others when called upon to do so ; never took a newspaper 
without paying the subscription in advance. A man of more 
than ordinary strength of mind and force of will. He made 
a success of every enterprise he undertook. Attending to 
all the details 1 of business, he suffered very few losses and his 
success in business was such as caused a constant increase of 
property to the close of his life. Judging of the future with 
almost prophetical vision, his expectations rarely failed of 
being realized, and his knowledge and judgment of charac- 
ter were intuitive. Strictly honest and always truthful him- 



114 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

self, he was intolerant of deception in others. Of deep re- 
ligious convictions, he was a true Christian and ever ready- 
to aid in sustaining religious institutions. Although more 
than ordinarily successful, he pursued no devious paths to 
acquire property or fame. His sympathetic nature, his old 
time simplicity of life and manner, freedom from any narrow 
or jealous feeling, regarding with sacredness and performing 
with fidelity all the obligations which family, society and re- 
ligion imposed, made him an honest and honorable man. 
To him death had no terrors and the grave no victory. The 
funeral took place from the old homestead, improved by him 
over fifty years ago. For children see 1410-1412. 

799. Edward, born Aug. 5, 1822 ; married Oct. 30, 1846, 
Margaret Mitchell, at Plattsville, Wis. (born in Clinton, N. 
Y., 1826, and died May 26, 1863.) He married (2d) Oct., 
1864, Kllen K. Shaw. Resides at Eldora, Iowa. For chil- 
dren see 1413-1417. 

800. Lucy Ann, born Jan. 25, 1824; married Nov. 1, 
1847, Erasmus Day ; died Feb., 1869, at Edwardsville, 111. 

801. Emeline, born June 22, 1826 ; married Oct. 1, 1855, 
Wm. Gait. Reside at Edwardsville, 111. 

802. James, born April 25, 1828 ; married Aug. 29, 1850, 
Susan Clark. Reside at Morrisonville, 111. 

803. Albert, born Sept. 12, 1829 ; married June 15, 1857, 
Sarah Bundy ; she died and he married again. Resides at 
Raymond, 111. 

804. Harriet N., born Sept. 17, 1833; married Sept. 11, 
1851, Henry C. Belk ; he died Sept. 27, 1854, aged twenty- 
nine years ; she married July 18, 1859, Solomon T. Osborne. 
Reside at Shullsburg, LaFayette county, Wis. For children 
see 1418-1424. 

805. William L., born July 24, 1834; married Lillian 
Gibson. During civil war he served in Co. E, 25th Mo. Inf. 
Vol. Reside at Edwardsville, 111. 

806. Clara T., born July 30, 1837 ; married Nov. 8, 1864, 
Daniel Kerr. Reside at Grundy Center, Iowa. He was 
member of congress from Iowa in 1888. 



EST AB ROOK GENEAL OGY. 115 

807. Sarah J., born March 9, 1840; married Feb. 23, 
1870, Moses Hutchins. Reside at Rosemond, 111. 



CHILDREN OP AND ANN {Estabrook) WITHERBEE. 

( 4 2!). 

808. Hiram, born at Charlestown, Mass., at foot of main 
entrance to Bunker Hill Monument. His daughter, Mrs. 
Scott Agney, resides at 95 Dearborn avenue, Chicago, 111. 

809. Harriet Ann. 



CHILDREN OF AND ANN {Estabrook-Witherbee) KNOT- 

TAGE. (421). 

810. John, died, and is buried at Mount Auburn, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

811. Jane, resides at 63 Cherry street, Cambridge, Mass. 



DAUGHTER OF GAIR AND ANN {Burt) BLANCHARD. (422). 

812. Elizabeth A., born at New York City, Aug. 24, 
1835 ; resides in Brooklyn, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF ENDOR AND LYDIA {Adams) ESTABROOK. 

(427). 
(All born at West Cambridge, now Arlington, Mass.) 

813. James Adams, born Aug. 28, 1818 ; married Oct. 
26, 1843, Louisa Sophia, daughter of James and Ann Hill 
of West Cambridge, (now Belmont), Mass. She died April 
28, 1861, aged forty years. He died of consumption Nov. 12, 
1866, in San Francisco, Cal., where he had gone in search of 
health. Both are buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. For children see 1425-1428. 

814. Sarah Adams, born Jan. 22, 1820 ; married May 6, 
1849, Peter Thatcher, jr., son of Deacon Peter and Salona 
Thatcher of Attleboro, Mass. (born July 20, 1812, and died 
Feb. 13, 1880, at Cleveland, O.), whither they moved June, 

8 



1 1 6 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

1850. He was a prominent member of the Knights Temp- 
lar, Oriental Commandery No. 12, of Ohio. For children see 
1429-1431. 

815. Hannah Adams, born Dec. 8, 1822 ; married July 
12, 1843, Samuel, son of George and Phebe Swan of West 
Cambridge (born July 8, 1812; died Sept. 8, i860). For 
children see 1432-1434. 

816. Endor, born Nov. 5, 1825; married July 15, 1853, 
Kate B., daughter of Solomon Allen of Baltimore, Md., (born 
Sept. 21, 1836). He died July 11, 1880. For children see 

I435-H36. 

817. John Norcross, born June 19, 1830 ; married April 
7, 1870, Cornelia A. Morse, in Cleveland, O. (born in Bur- 
lington, Vt., Dec. 3, 1843). They reside in Cleveland, O. 
For children see 1437-1438. 

818. Lydia A., born Aug. 1, 1832 ; married Sept. 14, 1854, 
Benjamin F., son of George and Esther Thompson (born in 
Kennebunkport, Me., Dec. 23, 1823). Reside in Somerville. 
Mass. For child see 1439. 

819. Mary Emeline, born Dec. 20, 1834 ; died young. 

820. Eliza (Lizzie) Phelps, born Aug. 27, 1836 ; mar- 
ried Nov. 3, 1863, Andrew Allison Fvans, (born at Concord, 
N. H., Sept. 5, 1816), son of Samuel and Margaret Barr (Al- 
lison) Evans. He was the inventor of the all-paper collar. 
His was a life of great energy and enterprise. He was an 
earnest, active friend of the temperance cause, and his cheer- 
ful disposition and genial manners won him many friends. 
He died at Boston, May 31, 1888. Mrs. Evans is a lady of 
brilliant talent and fine culture, whose writings have achieved 
success, and secured her a literary reputation, She possesses 
much native energy of mind and character, and is an accom- 
plished conversationalist. She is not only an authoress, but 
a writer for papers and magazines, over the pseudonym of 
" Esta Brook," while she rouses much healthful mirth in her 
articles of dialect humor, which her genius quickens into 
life, under the nom-de-plume of "Aunt Nabb}^." Her muse 
often takes a serious turn, and she expresses her deeper feel- 



ESTABROOK GENE A LOG Y. 1 1 7 

ings in poetry. She has also been largely interested in his- 
torical and genealogical research. She resides in Somerville, 
Mass. For child see 1440. 



CHILDREN OF EBENEZER AND LOUISE {Estabrook) HOVEY. 

(428). 
(All born at W. Cambridge, Mass.) 

821. Louise C, born June 25, 1820; married June 28, 
1840, Thurston Boynton, of Arlington, Mass., (born at Hol- 
lis, Mass., June 1, 1819, and died Aug., 1881). Her home 
is at Arlington. For children see 1441-1446. 

822. Sarah W., born Jan. 29, 1822 ; died Oct. 11, 1823. 

823. Sarah W., born Dec. 6, 1826; died Oct. 25, 1829. 

824. Eleanor E., born Dec. 27, 1829 ; married Nov. 25, 
1845, Warren W. Rawson, of Paris, Me., (born July 18, 
1821). Resides at Arlington, Mass. For children see 1447 

-I45I- 

825. Ebenezer W., born May 30, 1831 ; married Jan. 5, 
1850, Sarah L. Nay, (born July 17, 1832). Reside in Charles- 
town, Mass. For children see 1452-1455. 

826. Martha Ann, born March 14, 1831 ; married Nov. 28, 
1848, John Milton Mills, (born June 21, 1825, in N. H.) Re- 
side in Arlington, Mass. For child see 1456. 

827. Mary Wells, born March 1, 1833 ; married Nov. 29, 
^SS, James Larkin Noyes, (born in N. H., May 10, 1832). 
She died Feb. 3, 1863. For child see 1457. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND NANCY {Page) ESTABROOK. 

(429)- 
(All born at Shirley, Mass.) 

828. Matilda A., born Dec. 23, 1820; married Henry 
Hapgood, of Harvard, Mass. They reside at Ayer, Mass. 

829. Sarah A., born Aug. 25, 1823 ; married Wm. P. 
Mills, of Springfield, Mass. Reside at Ayer, Mass. 

830. Henry Joseph, born July 22, 1825 ; married (1st) 
April, 1854, Harriet Williams, of Shirley, Mass. (born Oct. 



1 1 8 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

-24, 1833); she died in Pepperell, Mass., Nov. 9, 1871. He 
married (2d) Dec. 11, 1873, Lavina J. Blood, (born Sept. 17, 
1842) of Pepperell, Mass. He resides at Hollis, N. H., and 
is a farmer. He worked twenty-eight years as a millwright, 
fourteen years in Groton, Mass. , and fourteen years in Pep- 
perell. For children see 1458-1463. 



CHILDREN OF LOVELL AND MARY {Stearns) ESTABROOK. 

(43°)- 
831. Mary Ann, born March 2, 1823; married April 6, 
1843, Wm. Viles, Jr., of Waltham, Mass. He died Jan. 19, 
1851, and she married (2d) Feb. 9, 1854, Norman Lucius 
Glazier. She died July 24, 1885, of heart disease. For 
children see 1464-1467. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND HANNAH {Eslabrook) BENJA- 
MIN. (431). 

832. Hannah Matilda, born April 21, 1819 ; married 
Sept. 8, 1842, Waldo Whitney, of Harvard, Mass. He is a 
water-wheel manufacturer and resides at Leominster, Mass. 
She died Dec. 4, 1887. No children. 

833. William O., born April 7, 1820; married June 4, 
1846, Caroline S. Watts, of Maiden, Mass. Reside in Lin- 
coln, Mass. For children see 1468-1472. 

834. Thomas L., born March 25, 1825 ; died May 5, 1825. 

835. Daniel S., born March 20, 1823 ; married Jan. 20, 
1848, Frances C. Ingalls, of Cambridgeport, Mass. She 
died July, 1886. 

836. Mary Ann, born Sept. 14, 1829 ; married Jan. 20, 
1848, Israel Whitney, of Harvard, Mass.; reside in Leomin- 
ster, Mass. He has been a suffering invalid nearly thirty 
years. No children. 



ESTABROOK GENEAL OGY. 119 

CHILDREN OF DR. WILLIAM G. AND MATILDA A. {Estabrook) 
HOOPER. (432) 

837. Eliakim Estabrook, born Aug. 10, 1832; died 
young. 

838. 'William Lovell, born in N. Y. Nov. 27, 1834 ; died 
March 7, 1857, of consumption, and is buried at Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 

He was a young man of unusual promise, and to him life 
seemed beautiful indeed. He was patient in studying the 
right, firmly adhering to his own convictions, energetic in 
the execution of his plans, in the midst of which stood a 
noble purpose, worthy of his manhood. He was baptized 
in New York by H. Cone, D.D., Feb. 5, 1854, was an effi- 
cient member of the church after he removed to Wilmington, 
likewise in the sabbath school, where it was his delight to 
serve. But he desired not the praise of men ; his highest 
praise was a godly life, a peaceful and happy death. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ELEANOR {Estabrook) NORCROSS. 

(434) 

839. Eleanor Margaret, born June 13, 1827 ; married 
Dec. 14. 1848, James, son of William and Frances (Russell) 
Prentice, of W. Cambridge. He died Sept. 18, 1855, leaving 
no children. She married (2d), June 19, 1870, Warren, of 
Waltham, Mass., son of Dwight and Lydia (Robinson) 
Marsh, (born at Calais, Vt.) Reside at Waltham. 

840. Eliza J., born July 27, 1830 ; married Aug. 28, 1856, 
Dr. Leroy, son of Edward and Sarah (Robertson) Chappell, 
of Forestville, N. C. For children see 1473-1477. 

841. Samuel G., born Sept. 5, 1834. He was residing in 
Wisconsin, where he succeeded in accumulating a little proper- 
ty. Being in bad health, he disposed of his property, and made 
arrangements to return to his friends in E. Lexington, and 
started in a weak, enfeebled condition. A villain, who had 
learned the facts in the case, ingratiated himself in his favor 
and volunteered to become his protector, and when the train 



120 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

arrived at a station in Altoona, Pa. , in the night time, he 
induced young Norcross to leave the car and go with him, 
promising to conduct him to good quarters for the remainder 
of the night. When the villain had enticed his victim to a 
place of seclusion, he basely murdered him, (Jan. 16, 1857,) 
for the money he had received for his property. The mur- 
derer was ultimately arrested, tried, and executed. 

842. J. Henry, born Oct. 29, 1841 ; married June 6, 1866, 
Cynthia Josephine, daughter of John T. and Mary (Chad- 
bourne) White, of Medford, Mass., where they now reside. 
He is a merchant in Boston, firm of Brine & Norcross. She 
was born March 14, 1S45. For children see 1478-1481. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES AND ELIZABETH {Estabrook) BRYANT. 

(435) 

843. James Jackson, born in Charlestown, Mass., March 
8, 1833; married in Jackson, Mich., Sept. 16, 1869, Eliza- 
beth L,., (born in Spring Arbor, July 6, 1844), daughter of 
Moses Bean. Her father moved to Jackson Co., Mich., in 
1827, from Batavia, N. Y. , and her brother Ambrose was the 
first boy born in that county. Her father died in Spring 
Arbor, Jan 30, 1881, aged seventy-two years. James resides 
in Burt, Cheboygan Co., Mich. For children see 1482-1486. 

844. John Francis, born in Milton, Mass., Sept. 28, 1835 ; 
married Nov. 2, 1862, Adelaide Winston, in lacrosse, Wis., 
where he was engaged in civil engineering for twelve 3'ears, 
and since has been interested in fire insurance in Fort Wayne, 
Ind., where he now resides. For child see 1487. 

845. Elizabeth M., born in Milton, Mass., Jan., 22, 1838; 
died July 11, 1838. 

846. George Estabrook, born June 8, 1839, in Milton, 
Mass. ; he was in the Union Army during the civil war, sec- 
ond in command of Co. B, Mercantile Battery of Chicago. 
He was taken prisoner before Vicksburg, Miss., and was 
held in the Rebel prison in Texas fourteen months ; was re- 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 121 

turned to his Battery and promoted. He has been engaged 
in mercantile trade in Chicago, 111., a great many years, and 
now resides in New York City. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND CLARINDA (Estabrook) FOSTER. 

(436). 

847. George Jackson, born in West Cambridge, Mass., 
March 5, 1834; died there March 10, 1836. 

848. Adeline M., born in Lexington, Mass., May 18, 1832; 
married June 8, 1854, Samuel Joseph Lovewell, of Waltham 
(born in Weston, Mass., March 1, 1829), son of Samuel and 
Lucretia (Adams) Lovewell. They reside in Okahumpka, 
Fla., at "Silver Lake Grove." He is a 1 photographer and 
orange grower. Lived twenty-one years in Iowa, spent eight 
years in California, New Zealand and City of Mexico, and 
became familiar with the vegetable and mineral products of 
those countries. For children see 1488-1489. 



SON OF JOHN B. AND JANE {Campbell) ESTABROOK. (439.) 

849. Francis Henry, born Dec. 30, 1863 ; married Nov., 
1884, Lois Loverin, in Battle Creek, Mich., where they re- 
side. For child see 1490. 



CHILDREN OF FRANCIS H. AND LOUISE H. (Jones) ESTA- 
BROOK. (441). 

(All born in East Lexington, Mass.) 

850. John Henry, born Nov. 4, 1853 ; died in East Lex- 
ington April 10, 1855. 

851. George Lovell, born Jan. 9, 1856 ; married Oct. 27, 
1 88 1, Flora, daughter of George McEwan, of Lowell, Mass. 
For children see 1 491- 1492. 

852. Anna Louisa, born Sept. 30, 1857 ; died Nov. 27, 
1874, in Lowell, Mass. 



122 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

853. Endor Elmer, born Dec. 4, i860 ; is a deaf mute, 
was educated in Hartford, Conn., and resides at Lowell, 
Mass. 

854. Rosella, born Feb. 8, 1862 ; died Nov. 18, 1874, in 
Lowell, Mass. 

855. Frances Helen, born Oct. 4, 1863. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN B. AND MARY H. (Sawyer) RUSSELL. 

(442) 

856. John Henry Ware, born Sept. 6, 1825 ; married in 
1 849, Mary Smith Ryland. He was a merchant in Louisville, 
Ky., and died July, 1867. For children see 1493-1496. 

857. Mary Jane, born April 5, 1827 ; married 1853, 
Charles H. Newhall ; he died July, 1872. Resided Los 
Angeles, Cal. For children see 1497-1500. 

858. Eliza Ann, born Dec. 4, 1828 ; married Feb. 1859, 
Lemuel A. Ostrom ; she died Oct. 1866. For children see 
1501-1502. 

859. Charles Sawyer, born Feb. 4, 1831 ; was appointed 
captain in the nth Regt. U. S. Inf., May 14, 1861, raised a 
colored regiment from Indiana ; was made brevet major Sept. 
17, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service at the battle of 
Antietam, Md. ; brevet lieutenant colonel May 5, 1863, for 
gallant and meritorious service at Chancellorsville, Va. ; bre- 
vet colonel July 30, 1864, for gallant and meritorious services 
in action that succeeded the explosion of ' ' The Mine, ' ' near 
Petersburgh, Va.; was transferred to 20th Infantry Sept. 21, 
1866; married Feb. 14, 1855, Anna E. Stretcher. He died 
Nov. 1, 1866. For children see 1503-1504. 

860. Helen Maria, born Sept. 25, 1832 ; married Oct. 12, 
1853, Chas. S. Holmes. She died April 7, 1884. Resided 
at Cincinnati, O. For children see 1505-1509. 

861. Caroline Frances, born Dec. 26, 1835; died Jan. 6, 
1838. 

862. Francis Hendee, bom July 4, 1839 ; married April 
19, 1869, at Belfast, Me., Mary Osgood Field. For children 
see 1510-1511. 



ESTA BROOK GENEALOGY. 123 

863. Caroline Frances, born Sept. 1, 1840; married 
March 7, 1866, Nathan Secrest. Reside at 25 Shelby street, 
Indianapolis, Ind. For children see 1512-1515. 



CHILDREN OF TIMOTHY AND LAURA {Estabrook) CHANDLER. 

(445)- 

864. Emma Maria, born at Hopkinton, N. H., Oct. 17, 
1824 ; married Oct. 4, 1849, Joseph Mills Cavis, of Stockton, 
Cal., by Rev. C. M. Condley, Congregational minister at 
Hopkinton. For child see 1516. 

865. Timothy Estabrook, born at Hopkinton, N. H., 
Dec. 2, 1830 ; married Nov. 4, 1858, Isabella Wood at Daven- 
port, Iowa, by Rev. Eli Regal, of that place. Reside in 
Chicago. For children see 1517-1518. 



SON OF JOHN AND EMELINE {Abbott) ESTABROOK. (447). 

866. Charles Frederick, born June 28, 1831 ; died Jan 4, 

1844- 

CHILDREN OF WM. W. AND MARY A. {Damon) ESTABROOK. 

(449)- 

867. Georgianna, born July 25, 1834; married July 18, 
1855, at Concord, N. H, Edward E. Harvey (born at North- 
wood, N. H, July 20, 1832; died at Siegler Springs, L,ake 
Co., Cal., where he had gone for his health, July 15, 1885, 
at sunset. Funeral services were held on the anniversary of 
their wedding day, July 18). Her residence is 244 N. Main 
St., Concord, N. H. For child see 1519. 

868. Ellen Greenwood, born Feb. 7, 1836; married May 
5, 1859, Jere M. Mansfield, of Napa City, Cal. For children 
see 1520-1523. 

869. John, born Sept. 3, 1839 ; was a very patient sufferer 
for two years, and died Jan. 30, 1882, in San Francisco, of 
atrophy of the liver. Unmarried. 



124 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

870. Charles Damon, born May 12, 1842 ; unmarried ; 
has a cigar store with his brother William, 506 Valencia St. , 
and 1940^ Missouri St., San Francisco, Cal. 

871. William Winship, born July 19, 1844 ; cigar store 
with his brother Charles ; resides in San Francisco ; unmar- 
ried. 

872. Mary Ann Hamilton, born at Concord, N. H., July 
19, 1844 ; married in San Francisco. Cal., April 26, 1874, at 
St. Mary's Hospital, to Dr. John, son of John and Sarah 
Millington. The ceremony took place Sunday A. M. at 11 
o'clock, and he died three hours afterwards. He was born 
March 31, 1833, in Prescott, Lancaster Co., England. He 
was the resident surgeon and physician of St. Mary's Hospi- 
tal. Belonged to Knight Templars. His will, made May 
31, 1872, gave all his property, valued at about $15,000, to 
his wife. The wedding day was to have been the middle of 
May, 1874, the intention being that Rev. A. L- Stone should 
officiate, but Dr. Millington forseeing his death that day, the 
Rev. Dr. Jewell, of Methodist denomination, being in the 
neighborhood, was called, and performed the marriage cere- 
mony. 

873. Harriet J., born Sept. 28, 1846; married Nov. 1, 
1871, Wm. Wallace Thompson of Napa City, Cal., (born 
April 19, 1839). For children see 1 524-1 527. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH E. AND MARY A. {Porter) ESTA- 
BROOK. (450). 

874. Laura F., born Oct. 1, 1837, at Montgomery, Ala.; 
married [in Concord, N. H., Feb. 15, 1859, Judson Shute, of 
Boston. She died in Boston, Jan. 19, 1877. For children 
see 1528-1529. 

875. George William, born March 31, 1840, at Mont- 
gomery, Ala.; married July 26, 1876, Laura S. Perkins, of 
Fitzwilliam, N. H. Is a lawyer; office 82 Devonshire St., 
Boston. For children see 1530-1532. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 125 

876. Charlotte A., born Oct. 4, 1842, at Montgomery, 
Ala.; married in Dover, N. H., Dec. 25, 1867, Charles Tyng 
Richardson, of Boston, where they resided. She died at Rox- 
bury, Mass., Feb. 3, 1891. For children see 1533-1534. 



CHILDREN OP GEORGE G. AND ADELINE {Fuller) ESTA- 
BROOK. (451). 

877. Joseph. 

878. Frank. 



CHILDREN OF WARREN AND SUSANNAH {Estabrook) 
THAYER. (458). 

879. Justin L., born Jan. 13, 1840 ; died Sept. 26, 1854. 

880. Lauriette, born Sept. 6, 1841, in Jamaica, Vt. ; mar- 
ried Oct. 1, 1866, William M. Carroll. Resides in Onon- 
daga, Mich. For children see 1535-1536. 

881. Homer E., born Dec. 28, 1842, in Jamaica, Vt. ; 
married Sept., 1870, Mrs. Nelhey. 

882. Sarah J., born May 4, 1845, in Jamaica, Vt. ; mar- 
ried March, 1871, Guilford White, in Wardsboro, Vt., where 
she died Jan. 23, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF DAVID AND MELINDA {Estabrook) RICE. (460) 
(All born at Stratton, Vt.) 

883. Mary Melinda, born Dec. 27, 1819. 

884. Ezra Leonard, born Nov. 21, 1822 ; married Nov. 
17, 1847, Sarah Emeline Witt, (born at Wilmington, Vt.) 
Reside at West Wardsboro, Vt. For children see 1537-1538. 

885. Osmyn Garner, born June 13, 1824. 

886. Abigail Azubah, born Dec. 3, 1825. 

887. Caroline Elizabeth, born June 20, 1827. 

888. George Henry, born May 31, 1830. 

889. Harriet Viola, born Nov. 6, 1835. 



126 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

890. Abner Harrison, born April 20, 1838 ; went to the 
army, and was wounded, came home and finally went back 
again and was killed. 



CHILDREN OF DAVID AND ANNER (Brainard ) ESTABROOK. 

(461) 
(All born in Stratton, Vt.) 

891. Lucy Williams, born April 23, 1816 ; married John 
B. Davids ; is a widow, and lives in Markesan, Wis. 

892. Franklin Glazier, born Sept. 19, 1817 ; married 1839, 
Susan Taylor. He died July, 1888 ; his widow lives with 
her son, Charles F., at Adams, Mass. 

893. Eunice Goodell, born May 21, 1819 ; married Benj. 
Lewis ; he died, and she married (2d) George Draper, reside 
at Sandgate, Vt. 

894. Aurelia, born Feb. 27, 1822 ; married Jan. 1. 1839, 
John Godby ; he died. She resides at Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 

895. Ezra Robinson, born Sept. 6, 1824 ; married Aug. 31, 
1844, Lucy Taylor, sister of his brother Franklin's wife ; re- 
side at Hoosick Falls, N. Y., where he has been superinten- 
dent of S. S. for twenty-nine years. He formed a stock 
company, and started and managed the water works, as sec- 
retary and manager. Also is interested in insurance and 
real estate. For children see 1 539-1 541. 

896. Sarah Susannah, born Jan. 26, 1827 ; married Oct. 
11, 1848, Chas. Edward Peters, (born Jan. 16, 1826, and died 
July 16, 1877). She resides at Hoosick Falls, N. Y. For 
children see 1542-1544. 

897. Jedediah Brainard, born Feb. 11, 1829; died Aug. 
20, 1831. 

898. Alanson Corydon, born Jan. 18, 1831 ; married in 
the fall of 1853, Mary E-, daughter of Joel and Olive Craw- 
ford of Adams, Mass. He served an apprenticeship to the 
blacksmith trade with Walter A. Wood, at Hoosick Falls, N. 
Y., and was with him when he bought the patent of J. H. 
Maney for his mowing machine. The blacksmith shop of 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 127 

Mr. W. was put in his care from the time he was seventeen 
years old. He moved when five months old, with his father, 
to Bennington, Vt. At nineteen he went to Chickope, Mass. , 
thence to Brattleborough, Vt., thence to Troy, N. Y., thence 
to Hoosick Falls, N.Y., and remained there till twenty -eight 
years old. Jan. 2, 1863, he went to Florence, Mass. "Was 
superintendent of Littlefield & Parsons' shops ; invented and 
had patented a hair-brush, which he sold to the Florence 
Manufacturing Co., of which he is now superintendent ; has 
some twelve or fifteen patents which he has assigned to that 
company ; has been Deacon of the Congregational Church 
some ten years ; superintendent of Sunday School six years ; 
resides in Florence, Mass. For children see 1545-1547. 

899. Alfred H., born March 27, 1834, at Bennington, Vt. ; 
married Lucy Rice. He was a soldier in the war of the Re- 
bellion ; was wounded at White House Landing, but served 
till the close of the war ; his health was broken, and he never 
was well after his return home, and died Aug. 31, 1879. She 
died. For child see 1548. 

900. Willie Austin, born Jan. 18, 1837, at Bennington, 
Vt. ; died Dec. 13, 1838. 

901. James Edwin, born Dec. 17, 1839, at Hoosick Falls, 
N. Y. ; married Dec. 6, 1859, Harriet Welch (born Nov. 6, 
1840) ; reside at Hoosick Falls, N. Y. For children see 1549- 
1552- 



CHILDREN OF REUBEN AND DOROTHY {Estabrook) WELLr 

MAN. (462). 

902. Silas P., born Dec, 1830 ; married Oct. 18, 1854, 
Sarah Elizabeth Shumway of Jamaica, Vt. For children see 

I553-I557- 

903. Ezra E., born 1837 ; married Mary P. Moncrief. 
For child see 1558. 

904. Azubah A., born 1842 ; married 1871, Eugene E. 
Sabin of Aliance, O. Resides 126 Alabama St., Cleveland, 
O. For children see 1559-1562. 



128 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF EZEKIEL AND BETSEY B. {Kidder) ESTA- 
BROOK. (463). 

905. Lyman W., born July 2, 1829; died Sept. 8, 1831. 

906. Abel K., born Aug. 3, 1831 ; married Nov. 20, 1856, 
Adelia S. Pike. "Was a farmer. Held some of the first 
offices in town of Stratton, Vt, where he resided on the old 
homestead. Was member of legislature two years. Was 
deacon of Congregational church from 1859 to 1874, when 
he moved to W. Dover, Vt., and in 1878 was made deacon 
there. For children see 1563-1567. 

907. Amelia A., born Aug. 4, 1833 ; married July 3, 1864, 
Benjamin Payne. Taught school several years before mar- 
riage. He died about 1879. She resides at West Wards- 
boro, Vt. For children see 1 568-1 571. 

908. Henry W., born Jan. 16, 1836; married Feb. 7, 
1859, Rosetta H. Pike. He was twice a representative to 
State Legislature of Vt. Resides at West Dover, Vt. For 
children see 1572-1577. 

909. Maryette M., born March 23, 1838 ; married June 
4, 1856, James W. Copeland. She died Aug. 30, 1867. He 
died. For child see 1578. 

910. Angelia M., born Sept. 12, 1843. 

911. Adelbert E., born July 7, 1847. 

912. Ella A., born Feb. 21, 1850; married July 9, 1869, 
Rev. James F. Smith, a Baptist. Resides at East Troy, N. 
Y. For children see 1579-1585. 



CHILDREN OF WARNER AND AZUBAH (Estabrook) HOWARD. 

(464). 

913. Clark ; married Maria Oliver ; farmer ; resides at 
Ocheyedan, Osceola Co., la. For children see 1 586-1 589. 

914. Sarah ; married, 1862, Henry S- Dains, of Frank- 
ville, la., from whom she obtained a divorce in 1884. She 
resides at Fraukville. For children see 1 590-1 591. 

915. Marion ; unmarried (1889) ; resides in Allamakee Co. , 
Iowa. 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 129 

CHILDREN OF ENOCH AND SILVA {Thayer) ESTABROOK. 

(465) 
(All born at Jamaica, vt.) 

916. Rodney L., born March 25, 1837 > married April 16, 

1865, Caroline, daughter of Seth and Samantha Lyon, of 
Jamaica, Vt. ; he was a teacher for several years ; served in 
Vt. 16th Infantry ; was 1st sergeant Co. C, 12th Regt., 3d 
Brig. , Vt. Militia ; for one year was superintendent of schools 
in Jamaica, Vt. Resides at 322 Belden ave., Cleveland, O. 

917. Edwin J., born Nov. 13, 1839, in Jamaica, Vt.; mar- 
ried (1st) Aug. 18, 1859, Lucy J. Holton, of Jamaica, Vt., 
she died in 1863 in Albion, Mich. He married (2d), Oct. 8, 
1864, Lucia A. Irish, in Albion, Mich., where he has since 
resided, the most of the time. For children see 1592-1595. 

918. Nelson F. , born March 11, 1845; married June 3, 

1866, Sarah S., (born in Ware, Mass., July 18, 1847), 
daughter of Erastus and Sarah White. Served in Vt. 16th 
Infantry, and afterwards in a Michigan regiment. He is a 
miller and resides at Dexter, Mich. For children see 1596- 

1599- 

919. Ezra L., born June 25, 1849 ; married June 25, 1870, 
Mary E., daughter of James R. and Lucy Rossignal, (born 
June 18, 1849, at Alma, Mich.) He was a painter and died at 
Albion, Mich., Oct. 8, 1880. For children see 1600-1602. 



CHILDREN OF ALANSON AND ELECTA U. {Braley) ESTA- 
BROOK. (473) 

920. Fannie, born at Lebanon, N. H., 1836 ; married July 
7, 1863, Levi Woodsbury Rowell. 

921. Leonard A., born at Lebanon, N. H. , 1838 ; married 
Oct. 19, 1868, Nettie G. Stearns; married (2d), March 21, 
1882, Jessie G. Stearns. 



130 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF CAPT. HENRY AND ELIZABETH A. {Howard) 
ESTABROOK. (479). 

922. Henry Alexander, born Jan. 2, 1830 ; died young. 

923. John Westland, born May 6, 1832, at Lorain, O. ; 
died Jan. 7, 184.1. 

924. James Alexander, born April 2, 1834, at Maumee, 
O. ; married Julia . For children see 1603-1604. 

925. Lyman Styles, born Oct. 4, 1836, at Sandusky, O. ; 
died 1838. 

926. Henry Augustus, born April 7, 1840 ; resides in 
Green Bay, Mich. 

927. Stephen Dalls, born May 14, 1843, in Illinois ; died 

1845. 

928. Phillip D. Maxwell, born Oct. 10, 1844, in Illinois ; 

when last heard from he was in Colorado. 



CHILDREN OF AARON AND HARRIET (Estabrook) DAVEN- 
PORT. (480). 

929. Henry, born 1836, in Ohio ; died about 1837. 

930. Henry E., born 1838, in Ohio ; died 1839. 

931. Lyman, born 1825, in Ohio ; died April 20, 1889 ; 
had a|family at Racine, Wis. 

932. Mary, born March 6, 1837, at Norwalk, O. ; married 
Rev. James Woodward Strong, D.D. ; he was born Sept. 29, 
1833. Have three sons. 

933. Martha, born 1838 ; died 1868. 

934. Harriet, born 1840 ; died 1872. 

935- J onn > horn 1842 ; resides at Racine, Wis. For chil- 
dren see 1605-1607. 

936. Julia, born 1844 ; married W. Cleamans, and resides 
at Racine, Wis. 

937. Walter, born 1846 ; is a railroad man ; is a widower. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 131 

CHILDREN OP ROYAL AND SARAH B. (Estabrook) BARNEY. 

(481) 

938. Harriet, born Oct. 13, 1830, at Amherst, Lorain Co., 
O. ; married in 1846, Brigham Young, (born June 1, 1801, 
at Whitingham, Vt., and son of John Young). She resides 
at 61 W. South Temple St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

In 1832, having become converted to Mormonism, he be- 
gan to preach at the Mormon settlement at Kirtland, O. In 
1844, he was chosen president of the Church of Latter Day 
Saints, which office he held until his death in 1877. When 
the Mormons were driven from Nauvoo, 111., they were led 
by him to Utah, where they arrived July 24, 1847. The 
next year Salt Lake City was founded. In 1850, President 
Fillmore appointed him governor of Utah for four years. In 
1852, he proclaimed polygamy as the " celestial law of mar- 
riage, ' ' and at that time exercised supreme authority in the 
territory in defiance of the federal government The deter- 
mination of the United States to abolish polygamy, and the 
appointment in 1869 of a new governor, somewhat reduced 
Young's authority. At his death he left a fortune of $2,- 
000,000, to seventeen wives and fifty-six children. For chil- 
dren see 1608-1612. 

939. Royal Benjamin, born May 28, 1832, at Amherst, 
Lorain Co., O. ; died May 23, 1833, at Amherst, O. 

940. Sarah M., born March 30, 1834, at Amherst, O. ; 
married at Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 30, 1853, Nynphus C. 
Murdoch, (born May 12. 1833, at Hamilton, N. Y.). A far- 
mer. For children see 1613-1616. 

941. Malinda Abigail, born July 27, 1838. at Amherst, 
O. ; died Aug. 23, 1839, at Freeport, Shelby Co., Ind. 

942. Eledla J., born Aug. 29, 1840, at Freeport, Ind. ; 
died June 25, 1883, at Ogden, Utah ; married Feb. 19, 1851, 
at Salt Lake City, Dr. Ezra G. (born Nov. 17, 1823, at War- 
rensville, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio), son of Dr. Frederick Wil- 
liams. For child see 16 1 7. 



132 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND MEHETABEL (Hall) ESTA- 
BROOK. (484) 

943. Charlotte Nancy, born Sept. 23, 1846 ; unmarried. 
She is a graduate of Kimball Union Academy, N. H., and 
is preceptress of Denmark Academy, Denmark, Iowa. 

944. Joseph Storrs, born July 8, 1848. 

945. Martha, born Jan. 7, 1856; died Oct. 3, 1858. 



CHILD OE JOSEPH AND MARY O. (Hall) ESTABROOK. ( 484) 
946. Herbert H., born at Lebanon, N. H., Feb. 2, 1865. 



CHILDREN OF RUSSEL AND THEODA (Estabrook) FREEMAN. 

(487) 

947. Sarah Minerva, born March 2, 1848 ; died May 13, 
1870. 

948. Edmund Estabrook. 

949. Otis Russel. 



CHILD OF STEPHEN G. AND MARTHA (Estabrook) BLISS. (492) 

950. Hobart Estabrook, born at Lebanon, N. H., Nov. 
23, 1842. 

CHILDREN OF ABEL W. AND LAURA (Culver) ESTABROOK. 

(493) 

951. Howard, married, and has daughter Mable. 

952. Henry. 
953- George. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN R. AND ELIZABETH (Estabrook) 
LYMAN. (494). 

954. Lewis Judd, a physician in Manhattan, Kas. Has 
five children. 

955. Harriet, married Edward Smyth, a farmer at Man- 
hattan, Kas. For children see 1618-1619. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 133 

956. Mary, married Robert Harford, professor in college 
at Manhattan, Kas. She died June, 1871. For children see 
1620-1621. 



CHILD OF SETH AND ELIZABETH [Estabrook-Lyman) CHILD. 

(494). 
957. Ella. 



CHILDREN OF C. F. AND MARY S. (Estabrook) BUCK- 
MAN. (495). 

958. Joel H., born Oct. 1, 1843 ; married Oct. 9, 1872, 
Lida Richardson of Burlingame, Kansas ; he is now (1889) 
in the County Clerk's Office at Lyndon, Kan. For child see 
1622. 

959. Abbie H., born Nov. 25, 1845 ; married Feb. 5, 1868, 
Thomas Hatch, a farmer near Delavan, Farwell Co., 111. ; 
now reside near Holdridge, Neb. For children see 1 623-1 625. 

960. Laura E., born March 4, 1848 ; married Oct. 9, 1868, 
T. C. Martin, a farmer near Green Valley, 111. They re- 
side in Martinville, Clark Co., 111. For children see 1626- 
1630. 

961. Frank, born April 1, 1850; married June, 1881, Nel- 
lie Husted ; he was in the grocery business at Gibson, Ford 
Co., 111., where he married. For children see 1631-1632. 

962. George H., born March 10, 1852; married Sept. 6, 
1877, Annie Newman of Winfield, Cowley Co., Kan. He is 
an attorney ; resides at Winfield, Kan. For children see 
1633-1634. 

963. Ella M., born May 14, 1859; married Oct. 15, 1879, 
W. H., son of Samuel Shureman, farmer in Green Valley, 
111. He is a banker at Normal, 111. For children see 1635- 
1638. 

964. Jessie A., born May 4, 1862, and lives with her par- 
ents at Normal, 111. 



1 34 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

CHILD OP HENRY N. AND MYRA [Seiwell] ESTABROOK. (497). 
965. Alice W. , died four years of age. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY AND LAURA S. {Morey) ESTABROOK. 

(5°°)- 

966. Mary Elizabeth, born in Alden, N. Y., June 4, 
1854. 

967. Charles Henry, born in Columbus, O., April 4, 
1856 ; died April 5, 1857. 

968. Baby born in Columbus, O., Nov. 4, 1857, and died 
same day. 

969. George Gere, born in Columbus, O., Oct. 3, 1858. 
Is head man in largest commission house in Cincinnati, O. 
Sales in 1887 were $2,000,000. 

970. William Henry, born in Columbus, O., Aug. 8, 
i860. Is a bookkeeper. 

971. Jane Morey, born in Alden, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1862. 
Is pianist and organist, and assistant teacher of music at 
Clifton, a suburb of Cincinnati, O. 

972. Jessie Fay, born in Alden, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1864. Is 
accomplished in art carving, etc. 

973. Charles Tudor, born in Alden, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1865. 
Is in general office of Phoenix Insurance Co.,, Cincinnati, O. 

974. John Stuart, born in East Saginaw, Mich., July 11, 
1869; died Oct. 11, 1872. 

All reside in Cincinnati, O., with their father. 



CHILDREN OF REV. DR. S. A. AND MARY E. [Estabrook) 
BRONSON. (501). 

975. Charles Estabrook, born Feb. 9, 1851. 

976. Harriet Eliza, born Aug. 27, 1853 ; married Dec. 
22, 1874, Florien Preston Gass, of Gass, Hott & Sturgess, of 
Mansfield, O. For children see 1640-1641. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 135 

CHILDREN OF DR. AND MARIETT F. {Freeman) PRIDE. 

(506). 

977. Joseph Freeman, resides at Nq. 6 Wabash Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

978. Emma (Wheeler) Peck, of Alden, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF GEN. EXPERIENCE AND CAROLINE A. 
{Maxwell) ESTABROOK. (512) 

979. Caroline Augusta, born near the head of Geneva 
Lake, Wis., Oct. 23, 1845 ; married in Omaha, Neb., Aug. 
29, 1865, Col. Robert C. Clowry, of Chicago, 111. He is 
vice president and general superintendent of W. U. Tel. Co. 
No children. 

980. Henry Dodge, born at Alden, Erie Co., N. Y., Oct. 
23, 1854 ; is a lawyer at Omaha, Neb., where he was taken 
by his father in June, 1855, and has since resided. He is 
practicing the profession of law and sustains an excellent 
professional reputation. He was married Oct. 23, 1879, to 
Miss Clara Campbell. For child see 1642. 



CHILDREN OF JONATHAN B. AND CYNTHIA {Estabrook) WIL- 
SON. (513). 

981. Harriet E., born at Alden, N. Y., July 18, 1838; 
married Dec. 6, i860, Monroe Chapin ; resides on a farm in 
Verndale, Minn. For children see 1643-1648. 

982. Asad Experience, born at Alden, N. Y. , May 21, 
1840; married Dec. 5, 1886, at Geneva, Wis., Ellen Merritt 
Baker, and is a lumberman at East Saginaw, Mich. For 
children see 1649-1652. 

983. Milton H., born at Alden, N. Y., June 5, 1843 ; died 
Nov. 27, 1848. 

984. John Melvin, born at Alden, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1845 ; 
married May 13, 1872, Ellen Cobb. For child see 1653. 

985. Henry S., born at Alden, N. Y., May 13, 1847; 



136 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

lumberman at East Saginaw, Mich., where he married, June 
5, 1872, Helen A. Plumb, who died there May 11, 1873. 
He married at East Saginaw, Feb. 17, 1875, Georgiana Cor- 
nell. She died Jan. 8, 1886. For children see 1654- 165 7. 



CHILDREN OF MOSES H. AND MARY E. {Stone) ESTA- 
BROOK. (514). 

986. Pulaski, born at Port Huron, Mich., Nov. 4, 1844; 
married July 20, 1871, Hulda Turtle, at Chicago, 111. He 
died at Clinton, la., July 6, 1872. For child see 1658. 

987. Geneva, born Aug. 6, 1846; married Nov., 1864, 
Wm. Bassett of Clinton, la. 



CHILDREN OF MOSES H. AND ELIZA {Smith) ESTABROOK. 

(514) 

988. Edith Alden, born Dec. 24, 1861 ; died June 22, 1866. 

989. Ethel Mayo, born Aug. 19, 1867. 



CHILDREN OF WALTER W. AND HANNAH {Estabrook) 
DAVIS. (515). 

990. Charles Milton, born at Geneva L,ake, Wis., Sept. 
2, 1856 ; in the employ of the Western Union Telegraph Co., 
at Denver, Col. 

991. Carrie Eliza, born at Chicago, 111., Dec. 14, 1859. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN S. AND ELLEN R. {Burt) ESTABROOK. 

(5i6). 

992. Arthur Stuart, born Feb. 19, 1856; died March 22, 
i860. 

993. Winifred, born March 23, 1863 ; married Oct. 12, 
1887, William P. Powell of Milwaukee, Wis. For child see 
i659- 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 137 

CHILDREN OF JOHN S. AND HELEN (Morris) ESTABROOK. 

(5i6). 

994. Justus Norris, born Nov. 28, 1866; is Assistant Sec- 
retary of the Michigan State Board of Agriculture. 

995. Mary Elizabeth, born July 12, 1869. 



CHILDREN OF GEO. AND MARY (Estabrook) HALBERT. 

(5i8) 

996. Irving, born at Bethany, N. Y., 1840 ; died 1848. 

997. Frank, born in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1843; died in the 
army at Washington in fall of 1863. 

998. Mary Josephine, born 1838; married 1858, Edward 
Cook of Chicago. For child see 1660. 



CHILD OF REV. JOSEPH AND EMILY G. ( Wells) ESTA- 
BROOK. (519). 

999. Rhoda P., born 1851, resides in Ypsilanti, Mich. 



CHILDREN OF REV. JOSEPH AND KATE M. (Clayton) ESTA- 
BROOK. (519). 

1000. Alice C, born 1862 ; died at Ypsilanti, Mich., 1880. 

1001. Franklin J., born 1865; married in 1887, Jessie S. 
Hadley of Wooster, O. ; resides in Lansing, Mich. 

1002. Susan I., born at E. Saginaw, Mich., 1870 ; now a 
student at Olivet College. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN M. AND ANNAS (Hemphill ) ESTA- 
BROOK. (520). 

(All born at Clinton, Mich.) 

1003. Elizabeth, born 1844 (?) ; married Wm. Marshall 
in 1866 and died in 1871. 

1004. Willard, born 1848 ; married in 1881, Elizabeth El- 
lis of Macon, and resides at Franklin, Lewanee Co., Mich. 



138 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL M. AND ELIZA (Hammond) ESTA- 
BROOK. (521). 

1005. Mary born 1858 ; died at Olivet, Mich, 1882. 

1006. Joseph B., born i860 ; graduated at Olivet College, 
1885 ; married 1886, Belle V. Reed of Olivet; at present 
Superintendent of Public Schools at Montague, Mich. 



CHILDREN OF HURLBUT AND NANCY {Clark) SWAN. (523). 
(All born in Millington, Conn.) 

1007. James, born 1824 ; married Mary Trowbridge. 

1008. Albert Oscar, born 1826 ; married Olivia Shaler, 
and died Aug., 1859. Had one child, Anna. 

1009. Hobart Estabrook, born 1828 ; married Mary Rog- 
ers. 

1010. Theodore Clark, born 1830; married Laura Wad- 
elst. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND SARAH A. {Swan) GATES. (528). 

1011. William Chapman, born May 17, 1827; married 
Sept. 5, 1853, Ellen L. Stevens of Millington, Conn., where 
they now reside. For children see 1661-1668. 

1012. George Franklin, born Aug. 5, 1830; married Dec, 
1852, Maria L. Walker. For children see 1669-1671. 

1013. Ellen Elizabeth, born March 17, 1837 ; married 
April 22, 1857, Nathan W. Page ; reside in East Bethany, 
Genesee Co., N. Y. For children see 1672-1677. 

1014. Lewis Olmsted, born Feb. 16, 1842 ; married Sarah 
Ann Sisson. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND RHODA H. (Swan) CLARK. (529). 

1015. Ralph. 

1016. Hugh. 

1017. Noah. 

1018. Matilda, married a Woodworth, and is dead. 

1019. Emmeline, married a Shipmau, and went west. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 139 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND MARY {Gates) STRONG. (534) 

1020. Dwight ; married Delia Morris, of Hartford, Vt. 
He is dead. She resides" at Lebanon, N. H. 

1021. Annette; married a Gutherie ; she was a teacher 
and is dead. He resides at Zanesville, O. Have children. 

1022. Charles ; is dead. 
102^5. Edward ; is dead. 



CHILDREN OF WM. AND SUSAN (Hebard) GATES. (535)- 

1024. Hebard; married Jennie . He died. She 

resides at W. Lebanon, N. H. No children. 

1025. Rebecca ; married a Cummings. Both dead. For 
child see 1677a. 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND ADELINE {Landers) GATES. 

1026. Ira. 

1027. Lydia. 

1028. Ann. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND HARRIET {Hebard) GATES. 

(538) 

1029. Story, resides at Lebanon, N. H. 

1030. Ellen. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND ELIZABETH {Brown) GATES. 

(538) 

103 1. Elisha, married and has one daughter. 

1032. Hattie, married a Safford, of Queche, Vt. ; have 
one son and one daughter. 

1033. Mary. 

1034. Charles, married, 1886. 

1035. Josie. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE H. AND HARRIET N. {Woodward) 
LITTLE. (539) 

1036. Stanley Woodward, born Nov. 7, 1841 ; married 
and resides at Towanda, Pa. He is a lawyer. For children 
see 1678-1681. i 



140 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE H. AND ESTHER A. {Baldwin) LITTLE. 

(539) 

1037. Emma, born Nov. 26, 1848 ; died May 5, 1864. 

1038. William, born July 16, 1851 ; married Ella I,. Mac- 
farlain. He is a lawyer and resides at Towanda, Pa. For 
children see 1682-1683. 



CHILDREN OF RALPH B. AND PHILA A. (Post) LITTLE. 

(S4o). 

1039. George Post, is a lawyer, and resides at Montrose, 
Pa. 

1040. David P., is a lawyer, and resides at Montrose, Pa. 

1041. Mary; married E. L. Blakeslee. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM E. AND JANE (Curtis) LITTLE. 

(541) 

1042. Mary Adaline, 

1043. Harriet N. ; married G. S. Allis of Syracuse, N.Y. 

1044. Luella, resides in Chicago, 111. 

1045. Charlotte Elizabeth, resides in Chicago, 111. 



CHILDREN OF ROBERT R. AND HARRIET E. (Avery) LIT- 
TLE. (542). 

1046. Wm. Ernest, born at Tunkhannock, Pa., June 13, 
1846; married (1st) Dec. 29, 1869, Sally Kerr, (born Feb. 
22, 1844, and died Aug. 15, 1885 ; he married (2d) Carrie 
Shaw, May 14, 1887. He is a lawyer and resides in Tunk- 
hannock, Pa. For children see 1684-1686. 

1047. Clarence A., born Jan. 4, 1850; married Oct., 1872 
(?) Georgie Loderick. He is a lawyer, and resides in Tunk- 
hannock, Pa. For children see 1687-1689. 



SON OF EPHRAIM H. AND ELIZA (Seybert) LITTLE. (543.) 

1048. Robert R. ; married Deborah Tustin. He is a law- 
yer ; has been district attorney of Northumberland Co., and 
resides at Bloomsburg, Pa. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 14 1 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM HENRY AND ABIGAIL (Riley) 
NILES. (546). 

1049. Mary, born Aug. 6, 1825 ; died May 7, 1867 ; un- 
married. 

1050. William Cotton, born Mar. 4, 1828 ; died April 21, 
1884 ; married Mrs. Isabella Pierce of New York, who died 
before he did. 

1051. Sarah Elizabeth, born Nov. 4, 1830; died April 
20, 1843. 

CHILDREN OF AARON T. AND ASENATH M. (Parker) NILES. 

(547). 

1052. William Ambrose, born April, 1849 ; died Jan. 10, 

1850. 

1053. William Ambrose, born Jan. 31, 1851 ; married, 
1887, Nellie Collins of Hartford, Conn. ; reside in New Ha- 
ven, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF AARON T. AND RACHAEL A. (Harris) NILES. 

(547). 

1054. Aaron Henry, born Nov. 19, 1827 ; married Sophia 
Jane, daughter of Aziel Fitch and Eleanor Rogers of Mont- 
ville, Conn. He died Oct. 21, 1863 ; she died in 1866. For 
children see 1690-1692. 

1055. Rachael Ann, died April 15, 1830, aged three days. 

1056. Hosford Buel, born Oct. 21, 1836 ; married Mary 
Eliza, daughter of William and Eliza Gorton of East Lyme, 
Conn., March 28, 1865. She died Dec. 28, 1888, and was 
buried at Niantic, Conn. At one time he was editor of a 
newspaper in Moodus, Conn., and afterward was sheriff of 
Middlesex County, Conn. He is a very affable man, and a 
man of some literary attainments ; has published one work : 

' ' Old Chimney Stacks. ' ' He started, and is manager of, the 
Equitable Mercantile Agency of New York, office in Temple 
Court, New York city. Resides at Whitestone, L> I. For 
children see 1 693-1 694. 

1057. Harriet A., died July 13, 1852, aged fourteen years. 

1058. John Markham, died Oct. 16, 1852, aged nine years. 



142 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF AMBROSE N. AND RUTH A. {Skinner) MARK- 
HAM. (549). 

(All born at Chatham, Conn.) 

1059. Ann Augusta, born April 27, 1844; married Sept. 
2, 1869, John Starr, of Chatham, (E. Hampton P. O.,) Conn., 
where they reside. For child see 1695. 

1060. Laura Skinner, born June 1, 1848 ; resides in Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 

1061. William Niles, born Nov. 25, 1855 ; married Mary 
Emma, daughter of Joseph Arthur, of Chatham, Conn., 
where they now reside. For child see 1 696. 

1062. Lyman A., born Nov. 21, 1857 ; died July 12, i860. 



CHILDREN OF ROBERT C. AND POLLY M. {Smith) ESTA- 
BROOK. (550) 

(All born at Newfield, N. Y.) 

1063. Austin Hobart, born March 22, 1835 ; died Jan. 
18, i860, unmarried, buried at Poney Hollow, N. Y. 

1064. Rhoda Deziah, born March 5, 1837 ; married Nov. 
29, 1859, Hiram S. Rockwell, a farmer, (born Dec. 3, 1829, 
and died June 11, 1880), buried at Poney Hollow, N. Y. 
She resides in Newfield, N. Y. For child see 1697. 

1065. Isaac Smith, born March 31, 1841 ; married March 
1, 1864, Nellie E., (born Dec. 23, 1844), daughter of Isaac 
Tripp, of Kingston, Pa. He is a farmer and resides at 
Catharine, N. Y. For children see 1698-1700. 

1066. Mary Asenath, born Jan. 1, 1844 ; married April 2, 
1863, Aaron Alexander, (born Feb. 13, 1841), of Newfield, 
N. Y., where they reside. He is a wagonmaker. 

1067. Adelia Louisa, born Dec. 25, 1846 ; died May 25, 
1857 ; buried at Poney Hollow, N. Y. 

1068. Elsie Adeline, born Jan. 19, 1849 ; married March 
13, 1867, Charles H. Shaver, of Norwich, N. Y., (born Oct. 
24, 1842), from whom she procured a divorce, the decree giv- 



ESTA BROOK GENEALOGY. 143 

ing her permission to resume her maiden name, which she 
did. She resides at Newfield, N. Y., with her parents. For 
child see 1701. 

1069. AustaClarin, born Oct. 26, 1850; married Feb. 17, 
1869, Alanson Joseph Allen, of Newfield, N. Y., (born Oct. 
15, 1848), where they reside. He is a carpenter and farmer. 
For children see 1 702-1 708. 



CHILDREN OF ROBERT P. AND MARY {Estabrook) BEEBE. 

(552) 

1070. Bela P., born July 8, 1835 ; married Ellen, daughter 
of Henry C. Fisher, of L,igonier, Ind.; he died Jan. 20, 1870, 
there. They resided for a number of years at Havana, N. Y. 
Ellen married (2d), Oct. 7, 1880, Dr. R. H. Estabrook, (555), 
who died Dec. 30, 1883. For children see 1709-1710. 

107 1. D wight, born Jan 30, 1839 ; married Clara, daughter 
of Nathan Coryell, of Havana, N, Y. He died at Denver, 
Col., where he was interred. They had two children, Anna 
and Dwight. His widow married Chas. F. Wilson, of Den- 
ver. 



CHILDREN OF S. S. AND ADELINE A. {Estabrook) CUTTER. 

(556) 

1072. Frederick H., born April 15, 1849; died Aug. 4, 
1850. 

1073. Mary E., born March 27, 1851 ; died Aug. 13, 1853, 
at Coldwater, Mich. 

1074. Mary E., born Aug. 1, 1854 ; married Oct. 28, 
1880, John H. Buggie, of Coldwater, Mich., where they re- 
side. For children see 171 1-1712. 



CHILDREN OF HERMAN L. AND EMELINE A. {Booth) ESTA- 
BROOK. (557) 

1075. William Booth, born Jan. 27, 1856, at Catharine, 
N. Y. ; was admitted to the bar in 1 880, and practiced law 
at Havana, N. Y. ; moved in 1883 to Ithaca, N. Y. For a 



1 44 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

number of years was stenographer for the Schuyler, Tomp- 
kins, and Tioga County courts ; was clerk of Tompkins 
County Surrogate's Court four years ; and in Jan. 1889, was 
appointed by Gov. Hill and confirmed by Senate, special 
county judge of Tompkins County, vice John Tyler, re- 
signed. He is at present one of the official stenographers of 
the Court of Appeals, second division. Resides at Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

1076. Frances Asenath, born Feb. 22, 1858 ; died Feb. 
25, 1861 ; buried at Poney Hollow, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OP SAMUEL H. AND MARY {Porter) ESTABROOK. 

(553) 

1077. Clinton H., born Sept. 5, 1854, at Ouincy, Mich. ; 

married April 29, 1879, Mary, daughter of and Harriet 

Harrington, of Williamsburg, Kas. (born in Toledo, Ohio.) 
He is a druggist, and resides at Ottawa, Kan. For children 
see 1713-1714. 

1078. Mary A., bom Oct., 1856, at Ligonier, Ind. ; mar- 
ried 28, 1883, O. A. Bowen, of Manistique, Mich. ; re- 
side at Cleveland, Ohio. 

1079. Kate, born July, 1859, at Ligonier, Ind. ; married 
at Ottawa, Kas., June 8, 1886, Harry H. Teal. 

1080. Ella, born June, 1862, at L-igonier, Ind. ; married 
April 12, 1887, Chas. W. Esterly, of Ottawa, Kas. 

1081. Albert, born Aug. 17, 1864, at Genesee, 111. ; mar- 
ried Aug. 10, 1886, Polly Thompson (born about 1869). 

1082. Lillie, born June, 1866, at Kansas City, Mo. ; died. 



CHILDREN OF ARTEMUS AND ESTHER {Marble) ESTA- 
BROOK. (564). 

1083. Julia Augusta, born in Jefferson Co., N. Y., Aug. 
27, 1819 ; married by Rev. Wm. H. Roper, (M. E.), Oliver 
Kittredge, in Pyrmont, O. 

1084. Elizabeth Maria, born in Lima, N. Y., June 9, 



E STAB ROOK GENEALOGY. 145 

1821 ; married by Rev. Dr. John Hall, (Presb.), Oct. 3, 1842, 
Jonathan Vaile, in Pyrmont, Montgomery Co., O. 

1085. Francis Chapin, born in Orleans, N. Y., April 27, 
1823; married Aug., 1846, Mary Rebecca Patterson. He 
died in Fulton Co. Sept. 5, 1851. 

1086. Mary Persis, born in Lima, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1825 ; 
married in Detroit, Mich., at residence of Jonathan Vaile, 
Feb. 16, 1847, William Snow. 

1087. Catharine Amelia, born in Rutland, Mass., Feb. 
21, 1829; married Oct. 13, 1851, William D. Henkle. 

1088. Warren Delevan, born in Holden, Mass., Nov. 
21, 1831 ; married Oct. 20, 1857, in Lafayette, Ind., by 
Rev. John Leach, (M. E.), to Jennette M., (born Dec. 9, 
1837, at Defiance, O.), daughter of Maj. John Beaston Sea- 
mans, who was the son of Simon and Lady Beaston, of 
Beaston Castle, Wales. For children see 1715-1719. 



CHILDREN OF DR. GEORGE AND ELIZA {Read) ESTA- 
BROOK. (565). 

(All born at Holden, Mass.) 

1089. George Horatio, born Oct. 26, 1820 ; married Aug. 
7, 1847, Sarah A. Davis, by Rev. Dr. Prime. She was born 
July 24, 1821, and died Nov. 18, 1855. He married (2d) 
Nov. 26, 1856, Juliette Clark (born July 30, 1830). Reside 
at Worcester, Mass. For children see 1 720-1 724. 

1090. James Edward, born Sept. 3, 1822 ; never mar- 
ried ; died July 20, 1864, from the result of wound received 
at Ashland Station, Va., while a member of Co. F, 1st Mass. 
Cavalry Vols., connected with Gen. Kilpatrick's raid, lead- 
ing Gen. Grant's army across the Rapidan River, in May, 
1864. 

1091. Maria Louisa, born Aug. 2, 1824; married May 
23, 1849, Charles M. Miles, and died Aug. 16, 1854. 



146 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OE CHARLES AND NANCY {Willoughby) ESTA- 
BROOK. (566). 

1092. Cyntha Mariah, born at Brownville, N. Y., Nov. 
23, 1822 ; married Joshua Tillman. Reside at W. Sonora, 
O. For children see 1725-1731. 

1093. George W., born at Newport, N. Y., March 25, 
1824; died May 29, 1888, at Newport, Arcassas, Ind., 
and buried at Pelufton, Ind., May 31, 1888, by the I. O. O. 
F., his father, 92 years old, being present. For children see 

I732-I734- 

1094. Sarah Elizabeth, born at Newport, N. Y., March 

12, 1826; married John McGrew. Residence W. Baltimore, 
O. For children see 1735-1740. 

1095. Warren David, born at Newport, N. Y., Jan. 10, 
1828. Was in Co. F, 1st Battalion, 18th U. S. Infantry, 
(under Col. Carrington). Killed in battle at New Hope, 
near Dallis, Ga., in line of duty, and buried on battle-field 
where he fell, May 31, 1864, his body removed to U. S. 
Cemetery, (Marietta), Chattanooga, Ga., in section H, grave 
9,125. Never married. 

1096. William J., born at Newport, N. Y. , Jan. 8, 1830. 
Residence W. Sonora, O. 

1097. Francis C ham n, born in Newport, N. Y., Jan. 21, 
1832; moved with his parents to Ohio in 1836; married 
Nov. 15, 1855, L,avina Grove, of Montgomery Co., O. He 
enlisted as a private in Co. H, 63d Ohio Vol. Infantry, Aug. 
18, 1862, to serve three years. Discharged therefrom Dec. 
31, 1863, at Prospect, Tenn., by reason of reenlisting as a 
veteran volunteer. Was with Gen. Grant in his first cam- 
paign against Vicksburg, Miss., went with Gen. W. T. 
Sherman on the Atlanta campaign and the famous march to 
the sea, — through the Carolinas to Washington, D. C; 
from there to Douisville, Ky., to be mustered out of the 
service on July 8, 1865, by reason of General Order No. 24, 
Army of the Tenn. Commenced the study of medicine in 
1865 ; graduated in 1869, at E. W. Institute, Cincinnati, O.; 
immediately commenced the practice of medicine. Resides 
at W. Manchester, O. For child see 1741. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 147 

1098. Leonard W., born at Newport, N. Y., June 9, 
1834 ; moved with his parents in fall of 1836 to a farm one 
and one-half miles east of W. Baltimore, O., where he lived 
until 1853, receiving such education as the country schools 
afforded in a three month's school. In 1853, he went to 
Dayton, O. , at invitation of his aunt Elizabeth E- , who made 
him welcome ; at twenty-two taught school, and then went 
to Lebanon Normal School. Moved to Decatur, 111., in 1861, 
where he taught school, and studied medicine till Sept. 1, 
1865, when he went to Chicago and graduated at the Rush 
Medical College, March 15, 1867. Resided for a short time 
after this in Madison, 111. In April, 1869, moved with his 
family to his present home, Springport, Ind. He was mar- 
ried March 28, 1861, to Martha J. Reesor, (born at Dayton, 
O., Aug. 15, 1839). For children see 1742-1747. 

1099. Charles A., born at Newport, N. Y., July 30, 1836 ; 
married March 24, 1859, Mary E. Jordan of Dayton, O., 
where they now reside. For children see 1 748-1 749. 

1 100. John Terry, born at Montgomery Co., O., June 4, 
1838 ; reside at Plattsville, O. 

1101. Louisa Persis, born at Montgomery Co., O., Aug. 
5, 1841 ; married June 30, 1859, Alfred Snoden. Resides at 
Piqua, O. For children see 1 750-1 755. 

1102. Lucy T., born at Montgomery Co., O., Aug. 7, 
1842 ; died Aug. 8, 1842, on old farm in W. Baltimore, O., 
buried in Salem Cemetery. 

1103. Georgianna, born at Montgomery Co., O., Nov. 
28, 1843 ; married Sept. 13, 1865, Dr. Jake J. Millhouse. 
She died Nov. 6, 1883, at Pontiac, O., buried in country cem- 
etery, three miles south-east of Pontiac. For children see 
I756-I757- 

CHILDREN OF WARREN AND SARAH {Reid) ESTABROOK. 

(567) 

1 104. Joseph W., born at Salem, O., Dec. 20, 1832 ; lives 
in New York City. 

1 105. George Franklin, born at Salem, O., Sept. 21, 

1834 ; married. No children. 
10 



148 SEVENTH GENERATION, 

1 106. Samuel F., born at Salem, 0., Jan. 6, 1837 ; resides 
at 24 Jones St., Dayton, O. Unmarried. 

1107. Isaac Newton, born at Salem, May 28, 1839 ; died 
Dec. 16, 1877. Unmarried. 

1 108. Lee G., born Nov. 7, 1841, at Salem, O. ; died Feb. 
15, 1880. 

1109. Dewitt W., born at Dayton, O , June 17, 1850. 



CHILDREN OF FRANCIS C. AND CAROLINE {Miller) ESTA- 
BROOK. (568) 

(All born at Dayton, O.) 

1 1 10. Hattie C, born March 25, 1839 ; married March 10, 

1864, David W. Chancellor, (born in Clark Co., O., Oct. 1, 
1833). For children see 1 758-1 761. 

nil. Abbie M., born April 8, 1842; married Oct. n, 

1865, at Dayton, G. Henry Whitcomb, (born at Templeton, 
Mass., Sept. 26, 1842). Resides at 51 Howard street, Worces- 
ter, Mass. For children see 1762-1768. 

1 112. Emma Caroline, born July 26, 1847; married in 
Worcester, Mass., Oct. 19, 1871, Will T. Brown. She died 
in Boston, Nov. 1, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF JOEL AND ELIZABETH {Cook) ESTABROOK. 

(569). 

1 1 13. George Perry, born at Dayton, O., Sept. 8, 1837 ; 
married. 

1 1 14. Arthur S., born Feb. 7, 1842; married April n, 
1867, Sarah Galloway, (born Oct. 19, 1843, and died July 7, 
1882). He married (2d) Oct. 18, 1888, Willie M. Hubert, 
(born Nov. 18, 1857). Was assistant cashier of the Dayton 
Branch of the State Bank of Ohio ; also assistant cashier of 
the Second National Bank of Dayton, O., and afterwards 
cashier of the Merchants' National Bank of Dayton, O., for 
twenty years. Was treasurer of the Dayton, O., Board of 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 149 

Trade, also president of the board of trustees of the Third 
St. Presbyterian Church, of Dayton, O., where he resides. 
For children see 1769-1770. 



CHILDREN OP JOHN AND ELIZABETH M. (Estabrook) READ. 

(57o). 

1115. Elizabeth M., born Jan. 28, 1830; m^jfried April, 
1852, William Dixon. She died Dec, 1853. Fpr *,hild see 

1777- Cj '«V 

1116. Harriet Ellen, born Jan. 28, 1830; married June, 

1852, Henry Stoddard Fowler, son of Ebenezer and Betsey 
Stoddard Fowler. He died July 12, 1869. For children see 
1778-1783. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH M. (Estabrook-Read) 
GARNER. (570). 

1117. Lucy, born Nov. 10, 1841 ; married Nov. 23, 1865, 
William H. Grant. Reside at 141 N. Plum St., Springfield, 
O. For children see 1771-1776. 

1 1 18. John ; son of John and Harriet Ann Read. 

1 1 19. Anna ; daughter of John and Harriet Ann Read. 



CHILDREN OF JOEL AND PERSIS L. {Estabrook) HOLDEN. 

(57i) 
(All born in Dayton, O.) 

1 120. Eleanor Dana, born Sept. 15, 1830. 

1 121. Mary Elizabeth, born Nov. 6, 1832. 

1 122. Harriet Augusta, born Jan. 24, 1835 ; married 
David A. Hauk, resides at 131 S. Ludlow street, Dayton, O. 

1123. Susan Maria, born March 26, 1838. 

1 124. George Warren, born Sept. 14, 1840. 



CHILD OF DANIEL AND NANCY {Jemison) ESTABROOK. (573) 

1 125. George Drury, born at Paxton, Mass., Oct. 8, 1833 ; 
married Dec. 21, 1861, Fanny E. Stratton, at Paxton. 



150 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OP SAMUEL R. AND MARY G. {Nichols) ESTA- 
BROOK. (580) 

1126. Albert R., born May 1, 1835, at Cambridge, Mass. ; 
resides at Boston. 

1127. Samuel G., born Jan. 9, 1837, at Cambridge, Mass.; 
married in Boston, Julia A., daughter of Elbridge B. Wilson, 
of Bath, Me. He died in New York City, Oct. 2, 1886, 
where he was in business at 69 Fulton St. For child see 1784. 

1128. Charles W., born March 28, 1844, in Boston ; mar- 
ried in Roxbury, Mass., March 3, 1869, Harriet E. Pishon 
(born in Chelsea, Mass., July 10, 1846). Resides at Roxbury, 
Mass. For child see 1785. 



CHILDREN OF RUFUS AND ELIZA {Muzzy) ESTABROOK. (582) 
(All born in Rutland, Mass.) 

1 129. Edward Loring, born Sept. 26, 1847. 

1 130. George Lane, born March 29, 1850; married at 
Boston, Dec. 15, 1884, Georgie A., daughter of Capt. Amos 
Dolliver, of West Trenton, Me. 

1131. Emily Eliza, born Oct. 1, 1853. 

1 132. Sarah Elizabeth, born Feb. 15, 1856. 

1 133. Franklin, born Feb. 25, 1858; married at Boston 
Aug. 16, 1883, Lizzie S. Tourjee (born at Newport, R. I., 
Sept. 8, 1858). For child see 1786. 



CHILDREN OF WM. AND HARRIET W. {Read) ESTABROOK. 

(583) 
(All born at Rutland, Mass.) 

1 134. Irene Gertrude, born April 8, 1849. 

1 135. William Francis, born April 29, 1851 ; died Jan. 
10, 1865. 

1 136. Charles Read, born Jan. 24, 1854; died Sept. 5, 

1855- 

1137. Lewis Carlton, born March 4, 1856. 



EST AB ROOK GENEAL OGY. 151 

1 138. Hattie Read, born Jan. 9, 1859 ; died Oct. 12, 1865. 

1139. Charles Read, bora Aug. 22, 1861 ; died Oct. 6, 
1865. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND CAROLINE {Wild) ESTA- 
BROOK. (5^4) 

1140. Caroline Elizabeth, born March 18, 1845 ; married 
Oct. 15, 1861, John Woodman, of Randolph, Mass. She 
died of consumption, at Pulaski, Fla., March 8, 1871. For 
children see 1 787-1 789. 

1 141. Charles Franklin, born March 15, 1847; died at 
Rutland, July 26, 1872, unmarried. 

1 142. Harriet Maria, born March 2, 1850 ; married March 
2, 1873, Eleazer O. Houston, of Boston, Mass. He is dead. 
For child see 1790. 

1 143. Helen Francis, born Feb. 23, 1854. 

1144. Joseph Wilde, born May 10, 1859; married Dec. 
23, 1879, Fannie G. Leonard. Clerk with Jordon, Marsh 
& Co., Boston. For children see 1791-1792. 

1145. Emma Read, born May 22, 1861 ; married July 1, 
1883, Galen H. Hollis, of Randolph, Mass. For child see 
1793- 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND SARAH E. {Wild) ESTA- 
BROOK. (585) 

1 146. Henry Wild, born at Boston, Sept. 18, 1855 ; mar- 
ried Oct. 18, 1882, Nellie H. Reed, of Cambridge, Mass. 
Reside at I,ongwood, Mass. 

1 147. Frederick, born Nov. 18, 1857 • resides at 42 Rut- 
land square, Boston. 

1 148. Benjamin Franklin, born Aug. 1, 1859 ; died Aug. 
28, 1859. 

1 149. Walter Adams, born March 24, 1861 ; died Sept. 
20, 1861. 

1 150. Ellen Adams, born March 9, 1863 ; living at home. 

1 151. Willard Warren, born Oct. 5, 1867. 



152 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID W. AND SARAH S. (Estabrook) FLETCH- 
ER. (587). 

1 152. Philena Elizabeth, married George Putnam. Re- 
side Rutland, Mass. 

1 153. Ann Maria. 

1 154. Stillman Jerome, born Dec. 19, 1834. He is a 
wheelwright in Rutland, Mass. 

1155. David Edward, born March 24, 1836; married 
April 16, 1862, Mary C. Greenleaf, who died Aug. 16, 1864. 
He was a watchmaker in Cincinnati, O. 

1 156. Lois Isabella, born Dec. 1, 1840. 

1 157. Sarah Frances, born Aug. 19, 1843 ; died May 5, 
1866. 



CHILDREN OF DANIEL B. AND ISABELLA {Estabrook) READ. 

(592). 
(All born at Rutland, Mass.) 

1 158. Caroline, born June 8, 1845. 

1 159. Mary, born Sept. 7, 1848. 

1 160. Edward M., born April 22, 1852. 



CHILDREN OF WE T. AND CLARISSA D. (Adams) ESTA- 
BROOK. (593) 

1 161. Mary Virginia, born in Honesdale, Pa., July 4, 
1847 ; died Sept. 4, 1848. 

1 162. Charles Taylor, born at Honesdale, Pa., May 31, 
1849; married Sept. 21, 1875, Annie M. Watson, of Oxford, 
la. (born in Carmel, Putnam Co., N. Y., Dec. 27, 1857.) 
For children see 1794-1797. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES W. AND LOUISA (Woodward) ESTA- 
BROOK. (596). 

(For children by second -wife see 1209-1211.) 

1163. George R., born Oct. 9, 1859; married May, 1886, 
Louise, daughter of D. D. Warren, (born in Springfield, 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 153 

Mass.) He is of Kirkham & Estabrook, hardware mer- 
chants, 140 State St., Springfield, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN F. AND MARY E. {Drew) ESTABROOK. 

(599) 

1164. Albert Augustus, born in Westboro, Mass., June 
27, 1845 ; died April 6, 1846. 

1165. Mary Josephine, born at Westboro, Jan. 3, 1848. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN F. AND ELIZABETH A. {Putnam) ES- 
TABROOK. (599). 

1 166. Esther Augusta, born in Fitchburg, Mass., Nov. 
20, 1850; married Sept. 4, 1872, I/ucius Smith Merriam of 
Brandon, Vt ; reside in Albany, Texas. For children see 
1798-1799. 

1 167. James AtLee, born at Fitchburg, Oct. 16, 1852; 
died Oct. 13, 1858. 

1 168. Hattie Forbes, born at Brandon, Vt., May 8, 1854. 

1 169. Amelia Putnam, born at Brandon, Vt., Oct. 6, 

i857- 

1 1 70. Charles Alden, born at Brandon, Vt., March 27, 

1859- 

1171. George Augustus, born at Brandon, Vt., Oct. 16, 
i860 ; died Feb. 17, 1868. 

1172. Annie White, born at Brandon, Vt., Dec. 22, 1863. 
[All reside at Brandon, Vt.] 



CHILD OF DR. CHARLES H. AND MARY L. {Safford) ESTA- 
BROOK. (601). 

1173. Mary E., born at Boston, Oct., 1850; died Oct.., 
1853- 



1 54 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF ALDEN AND ELIZABETH S. {Estabrook) GRA- 
HAM. (602). 

1 174. Charles A., born Oct. 22, 1846 ; lie is a court sten- 
ographer in Kentucky. 

1175. Albert E., born May i, 1848; died Aug. 5, 1848. 



CHILD OE ALDEN AND MARY M. (Estabrook) GRAHAM. 

(603). 
1176. Harriet E., born Aug. 15, 1852. 



CHILDREN OF JONES E. AND ELLEN S. {Forbes) ESTA- 
BROOK. (606). 

(Born at Rutland, Mass.) 

1 177. Mary Ellen, born Feb. 16, 1857 ; died Aug. 7, 1858. 

1178. Frank Edward, born June 9, i860; died Dec. 25, 
1862. 

1 179. Nellie Forbes, born July 16, 1861 ; died Jan. 16, 
1864. 

1 180. Jones Herbert, born April 4, 1864 ; druggist, Ness 
City, Kansas. 

1181. Nellie Carter, born Oct. 17, 1866; died Feb. 28, 
1867. 

1182. Mabel Elizabeth, born Nov. 9, 1869; resides at 
Worcester, Mass. 

1183. Emma Minniola, born Sept. 21, 1872; died May 
5. 1874. 

CHILDREN OF JONES E. AND KATHARINE C. {Broad) ESTA- 
BROOK. (606). 

1183a. Kittie Broad, born Feb. 3, 1876; died May 29, 
1884. 
1183b. Carrie Chapin. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 155 

CHILDREN OF THADDEUS D. AND ELIZA T. {Buck) ESTA- 
BROOK. (607). 

1184. Charles G., born Oct., 1850; married Nov. 18, 
1875, Caroline M. Sears. He was a physician and located 
for some years at Binghamton, N. Y. He died Aug. 2, 1880. 
For children see 1 800-1 801. 

1 185. Ida Lucy, born June 16, 1853; resides at Great 
Bend, Pa. 

1186. William Thaddeus, born June 10, 1855; married 
June 25, 1879, Mary, daughter of Peter and Miranda H. 
Tracy, of Havana, N. Y., (born May 23, 1857.) He is a 
merchant and resides at Great Bend, Pa. For children see 
1 802- 1 803. 

1 187. Clara Melin, born Nov. 2, 1861 ; married Nov. 12, 
1885, Watts C. Van Blarcom. For child see 1804. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH H. AND MARY {Ensign) ESTABROOK. 

(608). 

1 188. Ross William, born March 4, 1845 ; died April 25, 
1847, at Carbondale, Pa. 

1189. George Herman, born April 16, 1847; resides at 
Carbondale, Pa. 

1 190. Mary Ensign, born Aug. 24, 1848 ; married Charles 
B. Kountz, Pres. Col. N. Bank, in 1871. 

1191. Charles Joseph, born March 1, 1851 ; drowned in 
Twin Lakes, Col., July 12, 1871. 



CHILDREN OF DWIGHT AND MARY B. {Rogers) ESTABROOK. 

(610) 
(All born at Paxton, Mass.) 

1192. Alphonso Dwight, born Jan. 13, 1847; married 
Flora A. Waters, (born in Sutton, Mass., May 8, 1848). 
For children see 1 805-1 806. 

1193. Arthur Francis, born May 6, 1848 ; married at Pax- 
ton, Mass., June 10, 1875, Susan Rebecca Breeck. For chil- 
dren see 1 807-1 808. 



156 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1194. Sylvester Brown, born Nov. 1, 1849; married 
Mary Angelina Green. For children see 1809-1810. 

1195. Edson Francis, born Nov. 7, 1851 ; married Mar- 
tha Tyler, (born in Oxford, Mass., May 5, 1853). For child 
see 1811. 

1 196. Nathan 'Walter, born Aug. 3, 1853 ; died March 6, 

1854- 

1197. Abbey Smith, born Jan. 5, 1857 ; married at Paxton 
April 23, 1879, Herbert Howard, (born in Paxton, July, 5, 
1850). No children. 



CHILD OF GEORGE AND FANNY B. (Estabrook) BROWN. (612) 

1198. John A. S., born in Leicester, Mass., Nov. 26, 1858 ; 
married Hattie H. Tillyer, (born in Philadelphia Pa., Jan. 
21, i860). For child see 1812. 



CHILDREN OF D. FRANCIS AND SARAH B. {Fitch) ESTA- 
BROOK. (614) 

1 199. Marie Antoinette, born March 14, 1868, in Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

1200. Harry Francis, born Aug. n, 1874, in Worcester, 
Mass. 



CHILDREN OF LORENZO G. AND SUSAN {Morse) ESTA- 
BROOK. (619). 

1 201. Charles Hubbard, born Nov. 9, 1834 ; married 
Oct. 5, 1858, Adaline T. Morse. He is a marble dealer in 
Carbondale, Pa. For children see 1813-1817. 

1202. Lewis Lorenzo, born June 22, 1836 ; died Nov. 
12, 1836. 

1203. Mary Rosina, born Aug. 22, 1837 ; die d Oct. 6, 
1850. 

1204. Henry Orlando, born Sept. 29, 1840; died in the 
army July 29, 1862, at Harrison's Landing, Va. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 157 

1205. Samuel Sargeant, born Jan. 9, 1843 ; married Oct. 
12, 1881, Calista Boyd. Reside Wilmington, Vt. 

1206. Joel Sidney, born Jan. 12, 1845 ; married Minerva 
Benson. Reside at Gibson, Pa. 

1207. J. Albert, born Dec. 24, 1847 ; married Susie A. 
Hager. He died Sept. 8, 1880, at Templeton, Mass., where 
they resided. 

1208. Frank A., born Oct. 26, 1854; married Nov. 21, 
1 881, Ellen Boyd. Reside at W. Dover, Vt. For children 
see 1818-1822. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES W. AND HELEN A. (Carr) ESTA- 
BROOK. (596). 

(For child by first wife see 1163.) 

1209. Charles T., born Jan. 23, 1873. 

1210. William H., born Oct. 18, 1876. 

1211. Louisa B., born Oct. 20, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF JONATHAN AND LUCY W. (Estabrook) IN- 
GRAM. (620). 

1212. Henry Holland, born May 23, 1833 ; died March 
22, 1836. 

1213. Mary Martha, born Dec. 19, 1835 ; died. Married 
S. Kelsey, South Wardsboro, Vt. 

1213a. Lucy Lavilla, born Aug. 1, 1841 ; married Dana 
B. Morse. 

1214. Jonathan Marshall, born Feb. 18, 1844. 

1215. Sarepta Selicia, born Aug. 17, 1845. 

1216. Alalia Antoinette, born March 25, 1847; died 
May 21, 1849. 

1217. Porter Wells, born May 17, 1850. 

1218. Charles Scott, born March 19, 1855 ; died Jan 7, 
1856. 



158 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOEL B. AND SYBIL {Eddy) ESTABROOK. (623). 

1219. Emerson, born at Somersett, Vt., July 20, 1843; 
married Oct. 3, 1865, Cornelia Maria, daughter of Norman 
A. and Eunice Hoyt (born at Manchester, Vt., July 9, 1845). 
He is dealer in granite and marble monumental work, and is 
also manager of the Boston Opera Company and Lotus Glee 
Club. Resides at Manchester Centre, Vt. For children see 
1823-1826. 

1220. Mary Emma, born in Dover, Vt., Oct. 8, 1846 ; 
married Nov. 26, 1873, Wallace James, son of James M. and 
Remembrance Farnum, (born at Peru, Vt., March 7, 1846). 
Reside at Peru, Vt. For children see 1827-1829. 

1221. Elbridge, born Feb. 21, 1849; died May 13, 1853. 

1222. Ella M., born June 3, 1858 ; married Eugene 
Davis. Reside at Londonderry, Vt. No children. 



CHILDREN OE ERASTUS AND MARY A. (Stearnes) ESTA- 
BROOK. (625) 

(Of Dover, Vt.) 

1223. Jonas B., born Jan. 26, 1831 ; died March 31, 1831. 

1224. Erastus L., born at W. Dover, Vt., Jan. 14, 1832. 

1225. Mary P., born Jan 9, 1834. 

1226. Frederick W., born Oct. 15, 1835 ; died at W. Do- 
ver, Vt., Jan 21, 1842. 

1227. Susan E., born Feb. 21, 1837 ; died Sept. 30, 1863. 

1228. George Henry, born May 9, 1843. He was a soldier 
in the late rebellion, and died March 26, 1865. 

1229. Francelia E., born Oct. 2, 1845 ; died. 

1230. Georgianna L., born Feb. 19, 1848; died Dec. 9, 
1862. 



CHILDREN OF ERASTUS AND ROXANNA (Farr) ESTA- 
BROOK. (625) 

1231. Lyman E., born Dec. 10, 1854; engineer on New 
Haven R. R. , from Springfield to New York ; married at 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 159 

Brattleboro, Vt., Dec. 26, 1874, Jane Simonds, by Rev. ~L,. J. 
Matteson. 

1232. Edwin N., born July 29, 1856; died June 13, 1857. 

1233. Clista A., born 1858 ; died Nov. 12, 1863. 

1234. Clara M., born April 1, i860. 

1235. Edward M., born April 9, 1862 ; died March 18, 
1866. 

1236. Emma E., born Feb. 5, 1865 ; has been adopted by 
a wealthy family in N. H. , and her name changed. 

1237. George A., born Oct. 20, 1869. 



CHILDREN OF SOLOMON AND MARY H. {Estabrook) JONES. 

(627). 

1238. Ozoro French, born March 8, 1835 ; died July 22, 
1840. 

1239. Son born and died March 1, 1837. 

1240. Jedediah Estabrook, born May 19, 1838. 

1241. Freeman Solomon, born July 14, 1840. 

1242. Mary Frances, born Nov. 6, 1842. 

1243. Delia Sophia, born April 9, 1845. 

1244. Edna Anette, born April 1, 1848. 

1245. Alice Gertrude, born Aug. 23, 1850. 



CHILD OF JAMES AND LYDIA F. {Estabrook) LYMAN. (628). 

1246. Francena, married Jan., 1861, Frank R. Mann; 
she died at West Dover, Vt. , June 5, 1863. For child see 1830. 



CHILDREN OF LEWIS AND PERSIS {Estabrook) BRYAN. (629). 

1247. Sarah Arcelia, born Dec. 15, 1838. 

1248. Mary L., born Aug. 18, 1841 ; married Peter Ray. 
Resides at 73 Third Place. Brooklyn. No children. 

1249. George W., born July 9, 1844; married Mary, 
daughter of Rev. Mr. Eastman, of Jacksonville, Vt. Re- 
sides South Norwalk, Conn. 



1 60 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

1250. Helen M., born July 21, 1847; married John 
Mitchel. 

1251. Hattie A., born April 20, 1854; married. 

1252. Carrie A., born July 19, 1858 ; married an Acker. 
Resides at Schaghticoke, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF JEDEDIAH C. AND ROXANNA (Smead) ES- 
TABROOK. (630). 

1253. Samuel Gates, born at Whitingham, Vt, March 
19, 1844 ; married May 2, 1869, Abbie, daughter of Sumner 
and Sarah Dean of Dover, Vt., (born Feb. 19, 1851). He is a 
manufacturer of chair and cab stock, at Wardsboro, Vt. 
For child see 1 83 1 . , 

1254. Son, died, three weeks old, buried in W. Dover, Vt. 

1255. Taylor Smead, born in W. Dover, Vt., May 31, 
1847; married in Wilmington, Vt., Aug. 22, 1871, S. Belle 
Pierce, (born in Wolcotville, DaGrange Co., Ind., Nov. g, 
1853), daughter of Eben and Julia (Collins) Pierce. Resides 
at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. For children see 1 832-1 834. 

1256. Cora Ellen, born Aug. 5, 1854 ; married May 9, 
1875, Benoni Sage of Jamaica, Vt. ; she died Nov. 22, 1877. 
For child see 1835. 

1257. Jedediah C, born in W. Dover, Vt., April 17, 
1856 ; married Mrs. Ducena Tolman, nei 1/ucena Jane Pratt, 
(born Oct. 23, 1850, in Bolton, Mass.). Resides at Keene, 
N. H. No children. 



CHILDREN OF WM. F. AND ABIGAIL D. {Johnson) ESTA- 
BROOK. (631). 

(All born in Dover, Vt.) 

1258. Oscar J., born Dec. 27, 1848. 

1259. Betsey A., born June 2, 1850; died at W. Dover, 
Vt., March 22, 1851. 

1260. Warren E., born Feb. 26, 1852. 

1261. C. D., born Oct. 10, 1859. 

1262. Bertie. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 161 

CHILDREN OF LUTHER AND L. SOPHIA (Estabrook) HAS- 
KINS. (632). 

1263. Kimball, born July 8, 1850; married July 13, 1872, 
Mary A. Johnson. Reside Brattleboro, Vt. For children 
see 1836-1837. 

1264. Leroy, born April 14, 1852 ; died Oct. 26, 1869. 

1265. Augusta S., born July 13, 1854 ; died Nov. 3, 1863. 

1266. Ella C, born June 18, 1856 ; died Sept. 21, 1872. 

1267. Hattie A., born March 31, 1859; married July 23, 
1885, Herbert Houghton, (born April 25, i860). For child 
see 1838. 

1268. Cora B., born Feb. 18, 1862 ; married Jan. 4, 1883, 
Charles E. Gould, (born May 17, 1853). For children see 
1 839-1 840. 

CHILD OF CHAS. F. AND ANGELINE {Aldrich) ESTABROOK. 

(635) 

1269. Effie Genevieve, born Feb. 17, 1867 ; married May 
15, 1889, Jesse L/eroy Squires, (born March 30, 1865). Re- 
side at Guilford, Vt. 



CHILDREN OF ARBA AND EMELINE {Estabrook) SPAULDING. 

(636) 

1270. Clarissa Esther, born Aug. 23, 1841 ; married Ran- 
som C. Fair, of Chesterfield, N. H. For child see 1841. 

1271. Arba Benjamin, born Sept. 17, 1843 ; died July 19, 
1863. 

CHILDREN OF ALONSO F. AND ELIZABETH [Sutdiffe) ESTA- 
BROOK. (651) 

1272. James A., born at Muncie, Ind., Aug. 5, 1845; 
married 1868, Harriet Cleveland, of Grayville, 111., by whom 
he had two children, both dying in infancy. His wife died 
in 1870, when he married Sallie Phelps, by whom he had 
two daughters and a son who died when an infant ; she died 
and he married Jane Funck. Resides near Carlisle, Sullivan 
Co., Ind. For children see 1842-1843. 



162 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1273. John W., born at Muncie, Ind., Nov. 5, 1849; 
married Feb. 1878, Sada J. Frost. He is a farmer, and in 
1885 went to Antelope Creek, about four miles above its 
junction with the Niobrara river, near I,avaca, Neb. For 
children see 1 844-1 847. 

1274. Joseph S., born near Carlisle, Ind., May 12, 1856 ; 
for several years was a telegraph operator, and in 1885 went 
to Antelope Valley, Neb., and selected a site for a residence 
near river Niobrara, (or L'eau quit couret.) Resides near 
L,avaca, Neb. He was married Jan. 13, 1887, to Amanda 
Kincaid, formerly from Crawford Co., 111. Together they 
are trying to husband four hundred and eighty acres of 
prairie land. For child see 1848. 



CHILDREN OF \VM. W. AND ISABEL {Conant) ESTABROOK. 

(653). 
(All born at Reading, Vt.) 

1275. Frances Muas, born Dec. 24, 1838 ; married John 
Clark Harding, of East Medway, Mass., now of Philadel- 
phia, Pa. (born Dec. 9, 1838.) Have son and daughter, 
Theodore and Annie. 

1276. Harriet Anna, born March 13, 1840; died Jan. 18, 
1850. 

1277. Oscar Alonzo, born Nov. 18, 1842. He is a farmer 
and resides at Davaca, Cherry Co., Neb. 

1278. Edgar A., born at Plymouth, Vt., July 30, 1844; 
resides at L,unenburg, Mass. 

1279. Jasper L., born Oct. 21, 1845. He was a member 
of the 3d Vt. Vols., Co. A, and died in camp at Stafford 
Court House, Va., Nov. 26, 1862. 

1280. George F., born Jan. 18, 1852; died in Sullivan 
Co., Ind., March 7, 1864. 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 163 

CHILDREN OP ADIN C. AND EMMA (Tarbell) ESTABROOK. 

(655). 

1281. Mary Viola, born at Granville, Vt., Dec. 10, i860; 
resides at 1/unenburg, Mass. She is a teacher in normal 
school at Randolph, Vt. 

1282. Gertrude Athelea, born at Lunenburg, Mass., 
April 9, 1867. 

CHILD OF CYRUS R. AND ORISSA A. ( White) ESTABROOK. 

(662). 

1283. Flora Mabel, born Nov. 16, 1864, at Hancock, N. 
H. 



CHILD OF DAVID W. AND MARY (Clogstone) ESTABROOK. 

(663). 

1284. George T., born May, 1842 ; married Feb. 24, 1880, 
Henrietta Curby. Resides at Tampico, 111. For child see 
1848a. 

CHILDREN OF DAVID W. AND LUCY {Benedict) ESTA- 
BROOK. (663). 

1285. Martin B., born April 2, 1845 ; resides in Tampico, 
111. 

1286. Mary A., born Feb. 17, 1847 ; married in 1873, Wm. 
More. For children see 1849-1852. 

1287. Hannah M., born April 4, 1849 ; married Sept. 24, 
1872, Daniel Woodard, of Morrison, 111. She is now a wid- 
ow, and resides near New Bedford, 111. For children see 

I853-I855- 
r 1288. Roselta Elvira, born April 26, 1851 ; married May, 
\ 1877, Stephen McPherson. She is now a widow and resides 
Vt Plumb Creek, Neb. For child see 1856. 

1289. Rosella Elmira, born April 26, 1851 ; married Jan. 
(1874, Wm. C. Hodkins ; resides at Bureau Creek, 111. For 

children see 1 857-1 858. 

1290. Daniel M., born Aug. 26, 1854,; resides in Man- 
chester, Vt. 

11 



1 64 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILD OF DAVID W. AND MARY ( Walters) ESTABROOK. 

(663). 

1291. Sarah M., born in Fairfield, 111., May 5, 1865; 

married Dec. 18, 1882, John Stewart. For child see 1859. 



CHILDREN OF JACOB AND ELVIRA C. {Estabrook) BALD- 
WIN. (665). 

1292. Maria Calista, born Aug. 20, 1831 ; married May 
22, 1849, Almon F. Reynolds, in Manchester, Vt. Died 
Sept. 11, 1864, in Hebron, N. Y.; buried in Manchester. 
No children. He died. 

1293. Mary Eliza, born Feb. 26, 1833 >' married Nov. 16, 
1857, Francis Marion Dane, in Princeton, HI. Reside at 
York town, 111. No children. 

1294. Joel Manning, born May 5, 1834; married Sept. 
17, 1853, Orpha Jane Bigelow, in Halifax, Vt. Reside at 
Tampico, 111. For children see 1860-1863. 

1295. Lucy Jane, born July 31, 1838, in Worcester, Vt. ; 
married in Yorktown, 111., Feb. 6, 1859, Harvey Bird 
Dafiin, (born July 27, 1834), son of E. and Almira Grover 
Dafliu. Reside 112 South nth St., Da Crosse, Wis. They 
have an adopted daughter, Nellie, (born May 23, 1858) ; 
married Dec. 19, 1882, J. A. Raymond, of Da Crosse. 



CHILDREN OF NOAH J. AND SARAH {Estabrook) HOGEBOOM. 

(668). 

1296. John N., born June 28, 1843, in Manchester, Vt. ; 
married, 1866, in Princeton, 111., Anna Woodard Kedzie, 
(born in Elkhart, Ind., Nov. 26, 1843). Reside near Tam- 
pico, 111. For children see 1864-1870. 

1297. Hiland Henry, born Nov. 12, 1845, in Manchester, 
Vt. ; married Nov. 21, 1878, Jennetta Sykes, of Dorset, Vt. ; 
resides near Tampico, 111. For children see 1871-1875. 

1298. Elvira Maria, born Sept. 13, 1848, in Manchester, 
Vt. ; died Jan. 8, 1863. 

1299. Fanny Amelia, born Nov. 2, 1853, in Manchester 
Vt. ; died April 13, 1875. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 165 

CHILD OF STEPHEN MONROE AND ROSELTA (Howe) ESTA- 
BROOK. (669). 

1300. Roselta, born in Manchester, Vt., Feb. 12, 1852; 
married Feb. 11, 1869, at Henry Co., 111., L,uther Scott (born 
March 15, 1847, in Stark Co., 111.). For children see 1876- 
1881. 



CHILDREN OF LAWRENCE AND ELIZABETH (Winship) ES- 
TABROOK. (670). 

(Of Dunstable, Mass.) 

1 301. Edwin; married Emma Swallow; he is an engi- 
neer on Boston & L/Owell R. R. 

1302. , a daughter ; married E. O. Fifield of Tyngs- 

boro. 

1303. Ellis L., is a musician ; married. 

1304. , a daughter, who resides at home. 



CHILD OF GEORGE W. AND BETSEY ( ) ESTABROOK. 

(674). 
1305. Josephine ; married a Morton. 



CHILD OF GEO. W. AND MARRETTA (Cheney) ESTABROOK. 

(674). 
1306. Fred C, born May 8, 1863 ; he is a musician ; he 
has been with the American "Watch Co. , Waltham, Mass. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN H. AND MARY E. ( Young) STEBBINS. 

(681) 

1307. Mary J., born Dec. 17, 1861. 

1308. Alice Cushing, born May 1, 1864. 

1309. A son, died soon after birth. 



1 66 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

• CHILD OF NATHANIEL AND MARY A. {Boutelle) ESTA- 
BROOK. (682). 

,1310. Mary, resides at Athol, Mass. 



CHILD OF WILLIAM AND CAROLINE J. {Estabrook) HUNT. 

(684) 

1311. Grace Estabrook, born Nov., 1861 ; resides at Lib- 
erty, Me. 

CHILDREN OF BENT. R. AND SARAH T. (Brown) ESTABROOK. 

(686). 

1312. Mary B., born in Charleston, S. C, Oct., 1866. 



SON OF ALONZO AND EUGENIA T. {Estabrook) SHERMAN. 

(691). 

1313. Joseph Hubbard, born July 1869 ; resides at Paw 

Paw, Mich. 



CHILDREN OF GEO. W. AND MARGARET V. {Estabrook) 
WARREN. (692). 

1314. Joseph Frederic, born May, 1865. 

1315. Mary Estabrook, born Feb. 7, 1874. 



CHILD OF DR. EDWARD L. AND CAROLINE M. {Benedict) 
ESTABROOK. (695). 

1316. Joseph Benedict, born Dec. 4, 1888, at N. Y. City. 



CHILDREN OF FREDERIC E. AND ADA Z. {Chaney) SMITH. 

(706). 

1317. Fidelia Estabrook, born May 25, 1866. 

1318. Harriet McDonald, born Nov. 18, 1868 ; died 
April 18, 1875. 

1319. Frederic Chaney, born Jan. 26, 1878. 

1320. Donald Hood, born Jan. 19, 1882. 

1321. Norman Sinclair, born June 9, 1886. 
[All reside in Dayton, Ohio.] 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 167 

CHILDREN OF JAMES AND SARAH {Estabrook) RUSSELL. (707). 

1322. James, born in Watertown, Mass. 

1323. Stephen, born in Watertown, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF SYDNEY AND SARAH {Estabrook-Russell) BUT- 
TERFIELD. (707). 

1324. Lydia, born in Boston, Mass. 

1325. Maranda, born in Boston, Mass. They resided in 
Boston until 1878 when they moved to Allston, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES AND LYDIA L. {Estabrook) THWTNG. 

(708). 
(All born and reside in Cambridgeport, Mass.) 

1326. Sarah Withington, born May 8, 1836. 

1327. James Hammond, born Oct. 7, 1837 ; married June 
30, 1874, Hattie Frances Currier. 

1328. Helen Maria, born Nov. 17, 1840. 

1329. Abigail Palmer, born Dec. 13, 1848. 

1330. Adeline Elizabeth, born May 26,1858. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL P. AND ELIZABETH Y. {Pratt) ESTA- 
BROOK. (709) 

1331. William W., born in Boston, Nov. 29, 1841 ; died 
July 27, 1842. 

1332. Frances E., born in Boston, Aug. 5, 1844, where 
she resided for a time, then went to Cambridgeport, and 
June 15, 1865, to Vineland, N. J., then to Worcester, Mass., 
May 19, 1871, and then, April 7, 1872, to Boston, and April 
1, 1887, to 42 Exchange street, Athol, Mass. She is running 
a drug store. 

1333. Theodore L., born in Cambridge, March 23, 1846, 
and on April 3, 1865, moved to Vineland, N. J., and April 
27, 1 87 1, moved to Worcester, where he now resides. 



1 6 8 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

1334. Walter W., born in Cambridgeport, Mass., June 
26, 1848, where he resided till June 15, 1865, when he moved 
to Vineland, N. J., and May 14, 1871, to Worcester, Mass., 
where he now resides. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM W. AND ANNA M. (Howard) ESTA- 
BROOK. (710). 

(All born in Cambridegport, Mass.) , 

1335. William Howard, born Oct. 25, 1845 ; in 1856 
moved to Hanson, Mass., and about 1859 to Lowell, Mass., 
where he now resides. In 1869 he married Stella Black, of 
Boston; he served in the late war in 1862, in 1st Mass. Vol. 
Militia, Co. H, and reenlisted for second term, and returned 
with what was left of the regiment, with a bullet in his 
shoulder as a reminder of our struggle with the South. For 
children see 1 984-1 989. 

1336. Frank Palmer, born April 5, 1847. In 1856 went 
to Hanson, Mass., and in 1859 to Lowell, Mass., and from 
there to Lewisville, Polk Co., Ore., where he married June 
2, 1874, Ella R. Crow, and where he now resides. For 
children see 1 990-1 991. 

1337. Edward H., born May 20, 1849 ; died in about six 
months. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND KATIE L. (Nichols) SIMONDS. (713). 

1338. Walter, born Dec, 1862 ; died same day. 

1339. Lizzie E., adopted daughter, born Feb. 12, 1857; 
married May, 1885, Jesse T. Baker, and resides in Melrose, 
Mass. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND MARY E. (Bannon) SIMONDS 

(714). 

1340. Marion E., born in Lexington, Mass., Dec. 24, 

1864; married April 12, 1884, Sanford H. Woodworth. Re- 
side upon the farm formerly owned by George Simonds, Sr. , 
at Lexington, Mass. He was born in Essex, Vt., Aug. 20, 



E STAB ROOK GENEALOGY. 169 

1 85 1, and son of Moseley and Evaline Wood worth. For 
child see 1882. 

1341. Annette L., born Dec. 29, 1870; died Sept., 1879. 

1342. Arthur G., born Jan. 17, 1873. 



CHILD OF GEORGE AND ALICE {Packard) SIMONDS. (714). 

1343. Nina M., born May 4, 1884 ; resides at Lexington, 
Mass. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN T. AND FIDELIA {Simonds) DEMAR. 

(7i5). 

1344. John A., born Dec. 25, i860; married Sept. 25, 
1884, Lizzie Haskell. For child see 1883. 

1345. Emma L., born Aug. 16, 1863 ; resides in Lexing- 
ton, Mass. 



CHILD OF JAMES C. AND ROSANNA {Simonds) PORTER. (716). 

1346. Lizzie R., born May 21, 1872; resides in Temple- 
ton, Mass. 



CHILD OF HENRY D. AND SARAH A. {Cummings) ESTA- 
BROOK. (718). 

1347. Harvey C, born Aug. 20, 1875. 



CHILD OF GEORGE D. AND EMMA S. (Fowle) ESTABROOK. 

(719)- 

1348. Alice Elizabeth, born June 17, 1876; died April 

17, 1882. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE P. AND SARAH A. {Wright) BAR- 
RETT. (721) 

1349. George Arthur, born Sept. n, 1876. 

1350. Wm. Wright, born Sept. 6, 1877. 



170 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1351. Charles Herbert, born May 5, 1879 ; died Sept. 18, 
1879. 

1352. Bertha Dodge, born Jan. 9, 1884. 

1353. Clarence Heyward, born April 5, 1885. 



CHILD OF LUKE AND SARAH E. (Estabrook) KENDALL- (725)- 
(Of Creston, Iowa.) 
1354. Ida Bertrice, born July 10, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH W. AND MARY {Stacker) ESTABROOK. 

(726) 
(Of Cambridge, Mass.) 

1355. Warren Raymond, born Sept. 4, 1877. 

1356. Ella Bernice, born Feb. 22, 1879. 

1357. Joseph Paul, born Aug. 26, 1887 ; died Aug. 29, 
1887. 

CHILD OF DR. FRED W. AND EMMA F. {Estabrook) WHIT- 
NEY. (728) 

1358. Frederick Waldo, born Dec. 22, 1885. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN W. AND JULIA A. (Howe) ESTABROOK. 

(737)- 

1359. Emma A., born Oct. 19, 1848 ; died July 29, 1868. 

1360. Charles A., born Dec. 23, 1849 ; married May 15, 
1872, Emma F. leathers. 

1361. Henry T., born at Grafton, Mass., Jan. 8, 1851 ; 
married Nov. 28, 1872, Florence C. Gore, born in Lowell, 
Mass., March 28, 1851. He deals in picture frames, artists' 
materials, etc, at Asheville, N. C. For children see 1980- 
1981. 

1362. Fred W., born Sept. 23, 1852; married Nov. 5, 
1879, Alice, youngest daughter of Judge Geo. F. Sawyer of 
Nashua, N. H. , where he resides. He is a member of the 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. IT l 

firm of Moody, Estabrook & Anderson, shoe manufacturers, 
45 and 47 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass. For child see 1884. 

1363. Hattie J., born March 22, 1854; married Dec. 22, 
1874, Frank H. Wheeler. 

1364. Ella F., born Nov. 2, 1855 ; died May 13, 1859. 

1365. Mary L., born May 28, 1857; married Oct. 17, 
1874, Edwin Moore, who died and she married (2d), Dec. 31, 
1881, Everett A. Gibson. 

1366. Harvey W., born March 27, 1859; married April 
25, 1883, Kate C. Cole. 

1367. Alfred H., born March 16, 1862. 

1368. Edward M., born Jan. 26, 1864; married Sept. 14, 
1884, Adelaide Marsh. 

1369. John W.,born Dec. 21, 1865; married Nov. 15, 
1888, Mary P. C. Rockwood. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN D. AND ELIZA O. {Mansfield) ESTA- 
BROOK. (750). 

1370. Francis H., born Sept. 5, 1874, at Germantown, 
Pa. 

1371. Mansfield, born June 28, 1877. 

1372. John M., born Jan. 27, 1879; died Feb. 21, 1879. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH D. AND CHARLOTTE L. (Kelsey) ESTA- 
BROOK. (752). 

(All born in Cambridge, Mass.) 

1373. Harold Kelsey, born Oct. 25, 1870. 

1374. Robert Joseph, born Feb. 8, 1873. 

1375. Rena, born Jan. 12, 1877. 

1376. Albert Walter, born Nov. 20, 1878. 

1377. Angus Davis, born Aug. 15, 1882. 



1 7 2 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF GEO. B. AND MARTHA J. {Estabrook) CANTER- 
BURY. (757). 

(All born at Ware, Mass.) 

1378. Maud Stebbins, born Dec. 10, 1867. 

1379. George Alvah, born Feb. 24, 1871. 

1380. Grace Estabrook, born June 16, 1873. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES A. AND MARTHA M. {Aldridge) ESTA- 
BROOK. (767) 

(Born and reside at Warren, O.) 

1380a. Edward Clayton, born June 13, 1868. 

1380b. Mary Frances, born June 14, 1869. 

1380c. Simon Read, born Sept. 26, 1872 ; died May 5, 
1874. 

i38od. John Bushnell, born May 11, 1874. 

i38oe. David Reed, born June 28, 1876. 

13801". Florence Mattie, born Aug. 2, 1879 ; died Dec. 
27, 1881. 

CHILDREN OF FRANKLIN B. AND MAHALA G. {Estabrook) 
FENNO. (773) 

1381. Helen L. 

1382. Alice M. 

1383. Frank W. 

1384. Mattie A. 

1385. Edgar E. 



CHILDREN OF JOSIAH S. AND AMELIA (Estabrook) HOWE. 

(774) 
(Born in Marlboro, Mass.) 

1386. Jennie G. , born April 20, 1865 ; died Jan. 12, 1884. 

1387. Eleanor, born Sept. 10, 1871 ; died July 19, 1872. 

1388. Arthur S., born Nov. 25, 1875 ; died Aug. 9, 1876. 

1389. (Son), born Dec. 1877 ; died two days after. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 173 

CHILDREN OF ADDINGTON AND MARY {Estabrook) BRIG- 
HAM. (775) 

1390. Abbie A., born Feb. 1, 1862. 

1391. William M.,, born Jan. 23, 1864; graduated at Bos- 
ton University, College of Liberal Arts, 1887, degree of A.B. 

1392. Ella A., bom Aug. 14, 1866. 

1393. Cora E., born June 27, 1868. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN W. AND SARAH A. {Parkinson) ESTA- 
BROOK. (776) 

1394. Edgar Wesley, born in Westminster, Mass., April 
14, 1868; died Dec. 10, 1868, at Westminster. 

1395. Fred Wesley, born at Westminster, Aug. 16, 1870 ; 
resides in Walpole, N. H. 

1396. Ella A., bora in Walpole, N. H., March 12, 1878 ; 
where she resides. 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD C. AND MARY J. {Corey) ESTABROOK. 

(779)- 

1397. Arthur C, born in Marlboro, Mass., May 9, 1876. 

1398. Walter Hermon, born in Westminster, Mass., Oct. 
31, 1878 ; died Jan. 21, 1888 ; buried in Westminster. 

1399. Joseph Wilson, born in Westminster Oct. 3, 1883 ; 
died Oct. 16, 1887 ; buried in Westminster. 

1400. Alvin E., born in Westminster, Aug. 30, 1885. 

1401. Nellie Louise, born in Westminster, Dec. 4, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF ALVIN E. AND HARRIET A. {Roper) ESTA- 
BROOK. (780). 

1402. Harriet I., born at Princeton, Mass., June 17, 1867 ; 
died Aug. 23, 1871 ; buried in Leominster, Mass. 

1403. Alvin E., born in Leominster, Feb. 18, 1874; died 
July 23, 1884. 



1 74 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF MANDEL A. AND LOUISA M. ( Wilder) ESTA- 
BROOK. (783). 

1404. Grace B., born at Princeton, Mass., March 1, 1883. 

1405. Ruth L. 

1406. Herbert C, born at Princeton, Mass., April 23, 
1885 ; resides Sterling, Mass. 

1407. Agnes M. 



CHILD OF HERMAN AND SARAH L. {Estabrook) GOULD. (784). 
1408. Arthur H., born at Acton, Mass., Oct. 22, 1882. 



CHILD OF WINSLOW AND ABBIE L. {Estabrook) ARNOLD. (785). 

1409. Herbert W., born in Marlboro, Mass., Dec. 19, 
1881 ; died Sept. 16, 1884 ; buried in Marlboro. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ADALINE {Enlow) ESTABROOK. 

(798). 

1410. Charley, died young. 

141 1. Stephen, resides in Waverly, Neb. 

141 2. George, resides in Waverly, Neb. 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD AND MARGARET {Mitchell) ESTA- 
BROOK. (799). 

1413. Charles Edward, born Oct. 31, 1847, at Platts- 
ville, Wis. He is a lawyer, married, and resides at Mani- 
towoc, Wis. He was elected Atty. Gen. of Wis. in 1886. 

1414. Susan M., born Oct. 1849. 

1415. Lewis M., born Feb. 1852. Resides in Dakota. 

1416. Emma J., born June, 1854. 
1416a. Jessie F., born Aug. , 1856. 
1416b. Margaret, born Feb., 1859. 
1416c. Clara E., born Feb., 1861. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 175 

CHILD OF EDWARD AND ELLEN K. {Shaw) ESTABROOK. 
1417. Mary Frances, born 1872. 



CHILD OF HENRY C. AND HARRIET N. (Estabrook) BELK. 

(804). 
1418. Henry L., born Sept. 4, 1853. 



CHILDREN OF SOLOMON T. AND HARRIET N. {Estabrook- 
Belk) OSBORNE. (804). 

1419. Irene E., born Aug. n, i860; died Sept. 7, 1864. 

1420. Laura T., born Sept. 20, 1861. 

1421. W. Julian, born March 1, 1862. 

1422. Jessie E., born Oct. 20, 1865. 

1423. Irene E., born April 5, 1867. 

1424. Theresa Tu Ri, born Jan. 1, 1873. Resides in 
Shullsburgh, Wis. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES A. AND LOUISA S. (Hill) ESTABROOK. 

(813) 

1425. Theodore Augustus, born April 14, 1845 ; married 
April 9, 1872, Elizabeth Brown Clark, (born Feb. 3, 1850), 
daughter of George D. and Mary J. Clark, of West Newton, 
Mass., where they reside. He is head bookkeeper for Fan- 
euil Hall National Bank, of Boston, which position he has 
filled acceptably for over twenty years. For children see 
1885-1888. 

1426. Arthur Frederick, born May 17, 1847 ; married 
Oct. 8, 1874, Ida Florence Fletcher, (born Aug. 19, 1850), 
daughter of J. Varnum and Marcy Ann Fletcher, of Belmont, 
Mass. He entered the employ of Brewster, Sweet & Co., 
bankers, of Boston, Mass., when a boy. His natural apti- 
tude and strict integrity gained for him the confidence of his 
employers, and he was promoted step by step until he reached 
the high and commendable position of partner. The firm is 
now Brewster, Cobb & Estabrook. They reside in Boston. 
For child see 1889. 



176 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1427. Clarence Everett, born Nov. 8, 1853 ; died Dec. 

23, 1853. 

1428. Roland Ware, born April 16, 1856 ; died Aug, 28, 

1856. 

CHILDREN OF PETER AND SARAH A. {Estabrook) THATCHER. 

(S14) 

1429. Peter, born Aug. 31, 1850; married June 26, 1888, 
at Lake Mary, Orange Co., Fla., Miss Maggie A. Nation, of 
Ohio. He died Jan. 19, 1891, at Lake Mary, and was buried 
there. 

1430. John Adams, born Feb. 26, 1852 ; resides in Cleve- 
land, O. 

1431. Annie Adams, born March 18, 1855 ; died Feb. 7, 

1857- 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND HANNAH A. {Estabrook) SWAN. 

(815). 

1432. Emma Juliette, born May 18, 1844; married July 
31, 1866, Rensselaer Alistyne Knight (born Sept. 29, 1838), 
son of Joseph and Olive Davis Knight, of Newport, Me. 
They reside in Chelsea, Mass. For child see 1890. 

1433. George Fred, born March 22, 1847 ; died Feb. 9, 

1855- 

1434. Roland Adams, born Oct. 8, 1856 ; is a traveling 

agent for a publishing house in Boston, and resides at Chel- 
sea. 



CHILDREN OF ENDOR AND KATE E. (Allen) ESTABROOK. 

(816). 

1435. Ida Kate, born in Baltimore, Md., Feb. 26, 1855; 
married Randolph Stehl ; resides in Baltimore. For children 
see 1891-1893. 

1436. Harry Osgood, born in Baltimore, Feb. 25, 1857, 
where he resides. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 177 

CHILDREN OF JOHN N. AND CORNELIA A. {Morse) ESTA- 
BROOK. (817). 

1437. Annie Thatcher, born in Cleveland, O., Feb. 6, 

1873- 

1438. Ralph Henry, born in Cleveland, O., April 21, 
!875, where he resides. 



CHILD OF BENJAMIN F. AND LYDIA A. {Estabrook) THOMP- 
SON. (81S). 

1439. Helen (Nellie) Francetta, born Aug. 8, 1855 ; 
died June 29, 1873. 



SON OF ANDREW A. AND LIZZIE {Estabrook) EVANS. (820). 

1440. William Estabrook,, born May 25, 1864 ; died 
same day. 

CHILDREN OF THURSTON AND LOUISE C. {Hovey) BOYN- 
TON. (821). 

(All born at West Cambridge, Mass.) 

1441. Sarah Louise, born Sept. 23, 1841 ; married Sept. 
7, 1858, C. Greenleaf Hawkins, (born at N. Wakefield, June 
23, 1834). She died at Charleston, Mass., April 29, 1871 ; 
he died at Lawrence, Oct. 8, 1884. For children see 1894- 
1896. 

1442. Ellen M., born July 14, 1843 ; married July 4, 
1863, George R. Flint. For children see 1 897-1 900. 

1443. Lucinda M., born June 17, 1845 ; died July 19, 
1845. 

1444. Martha Ann, born Aug. 22, 1846; married Nov., 
1862, Samuel P. Bell. She died March 16, 1869, at Charles- 
ton, Mass. No children. 

1445. George W., born June 12, 1852; married Jan 16, 
1878. Hattie Potter, (born in Scotland, Me., Oct., 1856), 
daughter of Jonathan Potter, (born at Thompson, Ct., 1820),, 
and Polly Potter. George W. died 1888. 



1 78 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

1446. Emma P., born April 13, 1855 ; married June 3, 
1875, Warren 1/. Knox, (born at Ipswick, Mass., Dec. 3, 
1851), son of James A., (born there, Sept. 23, 1826), and 
Melinda A. (Wallis) Knox, (born June 11, 1826, at Ipswick). 
Emma died at Charleston, Mass., April 25, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF WARREN W. AND ELEANOR E. {Hovey) 
RAWSON. (824). 

1447. Warren W., born Jan 23, 1847 ; married Feb. 20, 
1868, Helen M. Mair, (born Dec. 31, 1846, and died May 4, 
1872) ; he married (2d) Sept. 23, 1874, Sarah E. Mair, (born 
March 14, 1845). 

He was brought up on the Arlington market garden 
of his father Warren Rawson, of which he took full charge 
when seventeen years old. At twenty-five he bought out 
his father's twenty acres, going in debt $20,000 for it besides 
what he paid down. Since paying for the place more land 
has been purchased, until now he has one hundred acres in 
cultivation. He has also built a fine Queen Anne house, 
55x72 feet, erected seven large hot houses each 160x24, one 
300x26 feet, and also has 2,500 hotbed sashes. Over ten 
acres are covered with glass, two hundred and fifty tons of 
coal being consumed annually in heating the houses. Most 
of "the one hundred acres cultivated produces two and three 
crops annually. He employs seventeen horses, and six mar- 
ket wagons are constantly carrying stuff into the Boston 
market, carrying in ten to fifteen tons of stuff daily. Fifty 
men are employed in summer and twenty-five in winter, two 
being required in Boston to sell the vegetables. The method 
of irrigation is so complete that in the dryest weather suffi- 
cient water can be had for that purpose. He has grown his 
own seeds and vegetable plants from the start. These were 
necessarily of the best, because his stuff had to be of the best 
quality to command the Boston market. The reputation of 
his seeds and plants reaches far beyond Arlington, leading 
to such an increase in this profitable business that in Nov. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 179 

1884, he bought out the seed store, warehouse and business 
of Everett & Gleason, at 38 South Market St., Boston, 
where the trade has more than doubled, and he now has one 
of the largest seed stores in the city. Personally, Mr. Raw- 
son is an active, positive, bluff man, quick to make up his 
mind and slow to change it. He was one of the founders of 
the Bay State Society and is vice president for Middlesex 
county, chief marshal of the Middlesex fair, and for seven 
years marshal at the New England fair. So he is peculiarity 
qualified in fair ethics. He is a member of the Massachu- 
setts Grand L,odge of Odd Fellows, and a [member of the 
Arlington school committee. He has had a good practical 
education, thorough culture in music and elocution, and the 
business training of a commercial college, which last he 
utilizes in keeping all the books of his market garden busi- 
ness. He has issued a valuable brochure on celery and its 
cultivation, and also a volume on "Practical Market Gar- 
dening." 

Resides at Arlington, Mass. For children see 1901-1905. 

1448. Mary Ellen, born Feb. 7, 1849 ; died Sept. 1882 ; 
married in W. Cambridge, Mass., 1872, George F. Wright. 
She died Nov. 1, 1878, at Cambridge. For child see 1906. 

1449. Anna Louisa, born April 29, 1852 ; died Sept. 29, 
1852. 

1450. Sarah Hovey, born Dec. 10, 1856 ; married at Ar- 
lington, Mass., June 14, 1881, Charles C. Cox, of Winches- 
ter. He died Aug. 4, 1883. She married (2d), Aug. 31, 
1884, at Congregational church, at Hampton, N. H., Rev. 
W. Walcott Fay, pastor of Congregational church in Bridge- 
water, Mass. They reside at Westboro, Mass. For child 
see 1907. 

1 45 1. Edwin Prescott, born Dec. 9, 1861. 



CHILDREN OF EBENEZER W. AND SARAH L. (May) HOVEY. 

(825). 

1452. Isidore Amelia, born June 27, 1851. 

1453. Wm. Ebenezer, born July 21, 1858 ; died Nov. 17, 
1863. 12 



1 80 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

1454. Charles Gardner, born Feb. 25, i860. 

1455. Josephine Lavinia, born Oct. 21, 1861. 



CHILD OF JOHN M. AND MARTHA A. (Hovey) MILLS. (826). 

1456. George Milton, born May 6, 1854 ; died in Arling- 
ton, Mass., March 30, 1889. 



CHILD OF JAMES L. AND MARY W. (Hovey) NOYES. (827). 

1457. Mary Anna, born Jan. 4, 1858 ; married July 28, 
1883, Henry Warren Clay (born in Hookset, N. H.), son of 
Warren and Julia Stone Clay (born in Northfield, N. H.). 
For children see 1 908-1 909. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY J. AND HARRIET ( Williams) ESTA- 
BROOK. (830). 

(Of Hollis, N. H.) 

1458. Hattie P., born in Groton, Mass., Aug. 23, 1855; 
married Feb. 28, 1880, Wm. N. Rand, of Auburn, N. H. 

1459. George H., born in Groton, Jan. 29, 1858 ; died in 
Hollis, N. H., April 21, 1879, 

1460. Willie A., born in Pepperell, Mass., July 4, i860; 
died in Hollis, N. H., Jan. 28, 1882. 

1461. Isabelle, born in Pepperell, Mass., Aug. 16, 1864. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY J. AND LA VINA J. (Blood) ESTA- 
BROOK. (830). 

1462-1463. Nellie L., Newton L., twins, born in Pep- 
perell, Mass., Aug. 28, 1874 ; Newton died in Pepperell, 
Mass., May 11, 1875. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND MARY A. (Estabrook) VILES 

(83r). ' 
1464. Charles Lovell, born March 30, 1844 ; married 
Nov. 10, 1867, at Waltham, Mass., Frances M., daughter of 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 181 

Daniel and Susan Durgin of Hiram, Me. Reside in Charles- 
ton, Mass. For children see 1910-1912. 

1465. Mary Ellen, born Nov. 7, 1845 ; married May 3, 
1864, John Wm. Stearns, (born Feb. 7, 1836), son of Charles 
and Hannah A. Stearns of Waltham, Mass. No children. 

1466. William, born April 20, 1848 ; died young. 



CHILD OF NORMAN L. AND MARY A. (Estabrook) GLAZIER. 

(831). 
1467. Fred P., born Sept. 27, 1859; married June 28, 
1883, Annie Cooper Jones of Waltham, Mass., (born Aug. 
14, 1859, in Nashua, N. H.), daughter of Philip and Mary 
Elizabeth Jones. He is a physician, and resides in Hudson, 
Mass. For children see 1913-1914. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM O. AND CAROLINE S. ( Watts) BEN- 
JAMIN. (833). 

1468. Charles W., born Sept. 23, 1848 ; died Feb. 26, 
1850. 

1469. William Wallace, born Jan. 4, 1851 ; married 
Nov. 10, 1875, Sarah R. Wells, of Winchester, Mass. For 
children see 1915-1918. 

1470. George O., born June 9, 1852 ; died July 29, 1871. 

1471. Hannah A., born Nov. 7, 1856. 

1472. Quincy W., born Jan. 14, 1858; married April 7, 
1880, Lucy Sherman, of Uxbridge, Mass. For children see 
1919-1920. 

CHILDREN OF DR. LEROY AND ELIZA J. (Norcross) CHAP- 
PEL. (840) 

1473. Ella Minnie, born July 31, 1857; died Oct. 15, 1859. 

1474. Sarah Lizzie, born Sept. 26, 1858 ; died July 5, 

1859. 

1475. Leroy Norcross, born April 14, i860. 

1476. Eugene Melnotte, born Jan. 26, 1862 ; died Feb. 
2, 1862. 

1477. Henry Arthur, born Sept. 21, 1863. 



1 82 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF J. HENRY AND CYNTHIA J. {White) NOR- 
CROS3. (842) 

1478. Charles Merrill, born March 21, 1867. 

1479. Edith Gertrude, born April 7, 1870. 

1480. Eleanor Josephine, born Oct. 4, 1874. 

1481. Theodore White, born Jan. 25, 1883. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES J. AND ELIZABETH L. {Bean) BRYANT. 

(8«). 
(Reside at Burt, Mich.) 

1482. Kittie Anne, born June 30, 1870, in Blackmail, 
Mich. 

1483. Lizzie Matilda, born Nov. 28, 1871, in Jackson 
City, Mich. 

1484. J. Irving, born March 22, 1876, in Blackman, Mich. 
1485.- Myrtice Lorinda, born Nov. 26, 1878, in Black- 
man, Mich. 

i486. Birdie Elenor, born Jan. 10, 1881, in Blackman, 
Mich. 

CHILD OF JOHN F. AND ADELAIDE ( Winston) BRYANT. (844). 
1487. Lizzie Winship, born Jan., 1864. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL J. AND ADELINE M. {Foster) LOVE- 
WELL. (S48). 

1488. George Henry, born at Epworth, Iowa, April 19, 
1855 ; married April 15, 1886, Maud Andrews, daughter of 
a banker of Sandhurst, Australia, where they reside. He is 
a photographer. 

1489. Charles Sumner, born in Dubuque, la., May 17, 
1858 ; died Sept. 15, 1858. 



CHILD OF FRANCIS H. AND LOIS {Loverin) ESTABROOK. 

(849)- 
1490. Paul, born Jan. 26, 1886; resides at Battle Creek, 

Mich. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 183 

CHILDREN OP GEORGE L. AND FLORA {McEwan) ESTA- 
BROOK. (851). 

1491. Frankie L., (son) born Jan. 7, 1883 ; died Oct. 15, 
1884. 

1492. Harry, born May 31, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN H. W. AND MARY S. {Ryland) RUSSELL. 

(856). 

1493. Howard ; died 1850. 

1494. Lucy, born Dec, 1852. 

1495. Mary, born 1854. 

1496. Charles Ryland, born 1856 ; he is a merchant in 
Kansas City, Mo. 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND MARY J. {Russell) NEWHALL. 

(857) 

1497. Isaac Brower. 

1498. Margaret. 

1499. Russell. 

1500. Edward R. 

[All reside in Los Angeles, Cal. 



CHILDREN OF LEMUEL A. AND ELIZA ANN {Russell) OS- 
TROM. (858). 

1501. Russell. 

1502. Charles. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES S. AND ANNIE E. {Stretcher) RUS- 
SELL. (859). 

1503. Carrie. 

1504. Annie. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND HELEN M. {Russell) HOLMES. 

(860). 

1505. Southworth, born Dec. 22, 1854; died March 13, 
1872. 

1506. John Russell, born Sept. 4, 1856. 

1507. Charles Andrus, born Jan. 14, 1862. 



1 84 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

1508. Helen Wilby, born Aug. 31, 1858; died April 7, 

i873- 

1509. Mary Lavinia, born March 29, 1866. 



CHILDREN OF FRANCIS H. AND MARY O. {Field) RUSSELL. 

(862). 

1510. Charles Field, born March 3, 1872. Resides at 
565^ Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

151 1. John Brooks, born April 26, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND CAROLINE F. {Russell) SECREST. 

(863). 

1512. Charles Russell, born March 3, 1867 ; died Aug. 
26, 1869. 

1513. John Russell, born May 24, 1869 ; died Aug. 13, 

i873- 

1514. Bates Hosbrook, born Oct. 31, 1874. 

1515. Francis — Nathan ; born Sept. 24, 1877 ; Francis 
died Jan. 15, 1878; Nathan died Aug. 1, 1878. 



CHILD OF JOSEPH M. AND EMMA M. {Chandler) CAVIS. (864). 

1516. Joseph William, born at Hopkinton, N. H., March 
2, 1852. 

CHILDREN OF TIMOTHY E. AND ISABELLA ( Wood) CHAND- 
LER. (865). 

1517. William Estabrook, born in Chicago, Jan. 24, 
1861. 

1518. George Dunlap, born in Chicago, July 2, 1868. 



CHILD OF EDWARD E. AND GEORGIANNA {Estabrook) HAR- 
VEY. (867) 

1519. Fred E., born Nov. 28, 1871 ; attended Proctor 
Academy, at Andover, N. H. Resides at Concord, N. H. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 185 

CHILDREN OF JERE M. AND ELLEN G. {Estabrook) MANS- 
FIELD. (868) 

1520. Walter D., born Feb. 11, i860. 

1521. Grace L., born Oct. 15, 1863. 

1522. Jere M., born Jan. 9, 1867. 

1523. Channing C, born Dec. 20, 1873. 



CHILDREN OF W. W. AND HARRIET J. {Estabrook) THOMP- 
SON. (873) 

1524. Gertrude, born Sept. 3, 1872. 

1525. Bertha May, born Nov. 24, 1873. 

1526. W. W., born Nov. 11, 1875. 

1527. Hattie B., born Jan 17, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF JUDSON AND LAURA F. {Estabrook) SHUTE. 

(874) 

1528. Katherine Hamer, born in Boston, March 9, 1862. 

1529. Mary Chaplin, born in Boston, April 23, 1871. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE W. AND LAURA {Perkins) ESTA- 
BROOK. (875) 

1530. Anna Laura, born in Boston, Sept. 4, 1877. 

1 53 1. Robert Francis, born in Fitzwilliam, N. H., June 
18, 1880. 

1532. Margaret C, born in Boston, May 9, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES T. AND CHARLOTTE A. {Estabrook) 
RICHARDSON. (876) 

1533. Laura Estabrook, born in Boston, Oct. 13, 1868. 

1534. Elizabeth Messenger, born in Boston, Nov. 8, 1870. 



1 86 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM M. AND LATJRIETTE [Thayer) CAR- 
ROLL. (880). 

1535. Velona S., born in Wardsboro, Vt, Nov. 24, 1869. 

1536. Jessie H., born in Dover, Vt., Sept. 19, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF EZRA LEONARD AND SARAH E. ( Witt) RICE. 

(884). 

1537. Marcella Angeline, born June 14, 1850, at Wil- 
mington, Vt. 

1538. Myron Leonard, born Nov. 8, 1854, at Wardsboro, 
Vt.; married July 21, 1880, Victoria Adelaide Skinner, (born 
at Kingston, Ontario, Canada). Reside at West Wardsboro, 
Vt. For children see 1982-1983. 



CHILDREN OF EZRA R. AND LUCY {Taylor) ESTABROOK. 

(895) 
(All born at Hoosick Falls, N. Y.) 

. 1539. Ezra Brainard, born June 10, 1845 ; went into the 
army at the commencement of the rebellion and served 
through it, and then went into the regular army, and died in 
Texas, Oct. 2 or 3, 1872-3 ; unmarried. 

1540. Willie Harlan, born Sept. n, 1849; married June 
6, 1870, Susan Elizabeth Weeks, of Albany, N. Y. She 
died in 1880. For children see 1921-1923. 

1541. Frank Herbert, born Oct. 9, 1853 ; unmarried ; re- 
sides at Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES E. AND SARAH S. {Estabrook) 
PETERS. (S96). 

(All born at Hoosick Falls, N. Y.) 

1542. Eugene Merrill, born July 21, 1849 ; married Feb. 
22, 1871, Elizabeth M. Cummings, of Schaghticoke, (born 
Sept. 30, 1850), daughter of Augustus M. and Harriet 
(Cronk) Cummings. Reside at Hoosick Falls, N. Y. No 
children. 



EST A BROOK GENEAL OGY. 187 

. 1543. Fannie Amy, born Jan. 9, 1854 ; married May 26, 
1,875, Edward K. McLean, of Hoosick Falls, N. Y., son of 
Henry K. and Elizabeth (Armstrong) McLean. For chil- 
dren see 1 924-1 928. 

1544. Dora, born March 9, 1866 ; married Sept. 24, 1884, 
John Henry McEachron, (born July 1, 1858, at Oquawka, 
111.), son of D. H. and Violette (Boyer) McEachron. Re- 
side at Hoosick Falls, N. Y. For children see 1 929-1 931. 



CHILDREN OF ALANSON C. AND MARY E. {Crawford) ESTA- 
BROOK. (898). 

1545. Annie E., is a teacher in Florence, Mass. 

1546. E. May; had charge of music and drawing in 
Schools at Shenandoah, Pa., and died Nov. 14, 1888. 

1547. Frederick H., is in school at Florence, Mass. 



CHILD OF ALFRED H. AND LUCY {Rice) ESTABROOK. (899). 

1548. Willard D., born at Hoosick Falls, N. Y. ; mar- 
ried by Wm. S. Newton, J. P., at Brattleboro, Vt., Oct. 22, 
1873, Mary Flagg. He was of Hinsdale, N. H., when mar- 
ried. 

CHILDREN OF JAMES AND HARRIET ( Welch) ESTABROOK. 

(9°i) 
(All born at Hoosick, Falls, N. Y.) 

1549. Ida, born Sept. 7, i860; died Sept. 21, 1861. 

1550. Katie M., born Feb. 20, 1862; married July 13, 
1886, Giles A. Geer of Utica, N. Y. 

1551. Frank Philip, born Aug. 25, 1866. 

1552. Lucy Maud, born May 20, 1870. 



CHILDREN OF SILAS P. AND SARAH E. {Shumway) WELL- 
MAN. (902) 

(All born in Jamaica, Vt.) 

1553. Sarah A., born May 31, 1856 ; died April, 1857. 

1554. Irvin F., born Dec. 29, 1857 ; died Sept. 11, 1871. 



188 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1555. John Q., born Aug. 26, 1861 ; married Feb. 11, 
1885, Miss Alta J., daughter of Ziba Howard, of Jamaica, 
Vt. For children see 1932-1933. 

1556. Charles E., born March 10, 1863 ; married Nov. 10, 
1887, Ida, daughter of Hollis Holmes, of Grafton, Vt. 

1557. Fred S., born Oct. 30, 1864. 



CHILD OF EZRA E. AND MARY P. {Moncrief) WELLMAN. 

(903) 
1558. William H., born in Jamaica, Vt;, 1858; married 
Miss Nora Johnson. 



CHILDREN OF EUGENE E. AND AZUBAH A. ( Wellman) SABIN. 

1559. Milton. 

1560. Elenor Celestine. 

1561. Elva May. 

1562. Alice. 

[Reside at 126 Alabama street, Cleveland, O.J 



CHILDREN OF ABEL K. AND ADELIA S. (Pike) ESTABROOK. 

(906). 

1563. Rosetta A., born Jan. 25, 1858. 

1564. William E., born Feb. 6, i860 ; died young. 
I 5 6 5- Johann P., born July 7, 1864 ; died young. 

1566. Adelbert A., born Dec. 25, 1866. 

1567. Adella A., born Dec. 25, 1866. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND AMELIA A. (Estabrook) PAYNE. 

(9°7). 

1568. Lilla M., born March 25, 1866 ; married Merrill D. 
Leonard, merchant. For child see 1934. 

1569. Ella A. 

1570. Lula E., born Sept., 1870. 

157 1. A son who died in infancy. 



ESTA BROOK GENEALOGY. 189 

CHILDREN OP HENRY W. AND 'ROSETTA (Pike) ESTA- 
BROOK. (908). 

1572. Joseph H., born Nov. 18, 1859. 

1573. Arthur A., born March 8, 1861. 

1574. William A., born June 4, 1863. 

1575. Fidelia M., born July 16, 1870. 

1576. Roscoe T., born Aug. 13, 1873. 

1577. Ralph E., born Aug. 13, 1873 ; died Oct. 14, 1873. 



CHILD OF JAMES W. AND MARYETTE M. (Estabrook) COPE- 
LAND. (909). 

1578. Lulu B., born Dec. 16, 1859; died March, 1863. 



CHILDREN OF REV. JAMES F. AND ELLA A. (Estabrook) 
SMITH. (912). 

1579. Laila M., born Feb. 14, 1871. 

1580. Lauretta M., born July 20, 1873. 

1581. Winnifred L., born May 12, 1875. 

1582. Jennie A., born Aug. 13, 1877. 

1583. Laforrest C. 

1584. Ora. 

1585. Harold ; resides East Troy, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF CLARK AND MARIA (Oliver) HOWARD. (913) 
(Reside in Ocheyedan, Osceola Co., la.) 

1586. Ralph I., is an engineer. 

1587. Herbert, died young. 

1588. Elmore. 

1589. Addie. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY S. AND SARAH (Howard) DAINS. (914) 

1590. Morton H., married Aug. 6, 1889, Emma A. 
Packard, of Frankville, la. He is a prosperous farmer. 

1591. Ernest H., is preparing for the ministry. 



190 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF EDWIN J. AND LUCIA A. {Irish) ESTABROOK. 

(9 X 7)- 

1592. Eva L,., born Sept. 18, 1865 ; married in 1882, En- 
gene D. Nobles, of Albion, Mich. For child see 1935. 

1593. Minnie A., born March 12, 1869, in Edinboro, Pa. ; 
married Nov. 25, 1887, Dewitt E. Fashit, of Albion, Mich. 
For child see 1936. 

1594. Ellen M. S., born Dec. 27, 1871, in Wellsburg, Pa. 

1595. Eddie J., born April 2, 1876, in Albion, Mich. 



CHILDREN OF NELSON F. AND SARAH S. {White) ESTA- 
BROOK. (918). 

1596. William H., born at Jamaica, Vt., March 25, 1867; 
he was telegraph operator on M. C. line at Concord, Mich. ; 
died Sept. 13, 1889. 

1597. Charles Franklin, born in Parma, Mich., Jan. 6, 
1870; died in Albion, Mich., Dec. 15, 1879. 

1598. Ethel May, born in Ann Arbor, Mich. Sept. 30, 
1884; died there Sept. 19, 1885. 

1599. Ada Mabel, born in Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 25, 
1886 ; resides at Dexter, Mich., with her parents. 



CHILDREN OF EZRA L. AND MARY E. {Rossignal) ESTA- 
BROOK. (919). 

(All born at Albion, Mich.) 

1600. Ella Bertha, born July 22, 1871. 

1601. George Leslie, born July 4, 1873. 

1602. Jennie Belle, born Jan. 19, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES A. AND JULIA ( ) ESTABROOK. 

(924). 

1603. James H., born 1865 in Wisconsin ; drowned Nov. 
11, 1879, in the lake near Westboro, Wis. 

1604. Bertha, born 1870; died about 1876. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 191 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND DAVENPORT. (935). 

1605. Harry, born 1873. 

1606. James, born 1876. 

1607. Hattie, born 1887. Reside in Racine, Wis. 



CHILDREN OF BRIGHAM AND HARRIET {Barney) YOUNG. 

(938) 

1608. Mary M., born Dec. 24, 1847, at St. Louis, Mo. ; 
died there June 27, 1849. 

1609. Royal B., born Nov. 8, 1851, at Tovele, Utah; 
dealer in machines, pianos and organs ; married Sept. 2, 
1872, Mary, daughter of Parley P. Pratt, (born at Salt Lake 
City, Utah, Sept. 14, 1853). For children see 1937-1941. 

1610. Joseph O., born Dec. 15, 1853, at Tovele, Utah ; 
partner of his brother Royal ; married Oct. 25, 1875, in Salt 
Lake City, Martha J. Hyde, (born Feb. 26, 1856, at San- 
bardeno, Cal.) For children see 1942-1947. 

1611. Sarah E., born Nov. 8, 1855, at Salt Lake ; married 
Oct. 17, 1876, in Salt Lake City, Robert Burns, (born May 
25, 1854), son of Robert Burns. For children see 1948-1950. 

1612. Phineas Howe, born Feb. 15, 1862, at Salt Lake 
City ; is a musician ; married Oct, 21, 1886, in Logan, Utah, 
Margaret Wayman, (born July 24, 1865), daughter of Eman- 
uel Wayman. For child see 1951. 



CHILDREN OF NYNPHUS C. AND SARAH M. {Barney) MUR- 
DOCH. (940) 

(All born at Salt Lake City, Utah.) 

1613. Nynphus C, born Aug. 22, 1855 ; died Nov. 1864. 

1614. Sarah, born April 15, 1857 ; died 1864. 

1615. Joseph R., born Aug. 11, 1869; is a merchant; 
married Nov. 28, 1878, Margaret Wright, at Salt Lake City. 
For children see 1952-1956. 

1616. Betty E., born March 28, 1871 ; died June 1, 1875. 



ig2 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

CHILD OF DR. EZRA G. AND ELECTA J. {Barney) WILLIAMS. 

(942) 

1617. Hyrum R., born April 2, 1858, at Salt Lake City, 

Utah ; a mechanic ; married Lucy Adelphine Huffacre, (born 

i860 and died Aug. 30, 1881, at Utah). He married (2d), 

Margaret Warner. For children see 195 7-1 961. 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD AND HATTIE {Lyman) SMYTHE. 

(955)- 

1618. Carrie ; married a printer in Manhattan, Kansas. 
Reside in Iowa. 

1619. Nellie ; died when about eighteen years old. 



CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND MARY {Lyman) HARFORD. 

(956) 

1620. Lyman ; is a school teacher. 

1 62 1. Frank ; is in a bookstore in Manhattan, Kansas. 



CHILD OF JOEL H. AND LIDA {Richardson) BTJCKMAN. (958) 

1622. Roy C, born Oct. 4, 1880 ; resides at Burlingame, 
Kansas. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND ABBIE H. {Buckman) HATCH. 

_ , ,, , (959) 

1623. Frank ; died young. 

1624. Lloyd ; died young. 

1625. Jessie, born April 28, 1872 ; resides at Holdrege, 
Neb. 

CHILDREN OF T. C. AND LAURA E. {Buckman) MARTIN 

(960) 

1626. Ollie M., born Jan. 26, 1871. 

1627. Ella A., born Feb. 7, 1874. 

1628. Pearl B., born Feb. 8, 1877. 

1629. Winnie, born April 14, 1883. 

1630. Frank W., born March 4, 1885. 
[They reside at Martinsville, Clark Co., 111. 



EST AB ROOK GENEALOGY. 193 

CHILDREN OF FRANK AND NELLIE (ffusled) BUCKMAN. 

(961) 

1 63 1. Roy, born May 28, 1883. 

1632. Ross, born Aug. 7, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF GEO. H. AND ANNIE {Newman) BUCKMAN. 

(962) 

1633. Stella, born Sept. 20, 1879 ; died Oct. 10, 1886. 

1634. Helen, born June 10, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF W. H. AND ELLA M. (Buckman) SHUREMAN. 

(963) 

1635. Thane E., born March 28, 1881. 

1636. Ethel M., born Sept. 28, 1883. 

1637. Gena L., born Oct. 7, 1885 

1638. Lucille, born Sept. 21, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF FLORIEN P. AND HARRIET E. (Bronson) 
GASS. (975) 

1639. Charles Isaac, born Nov. 17, 1875. 

1640. Sherlock Bronson, born Oct. 17, 1878. 

1641. Preston Florien, born Oct. 6, 1886. 
[Reside at Mansfield, O.] 



CHILD OF HENRY D. AND CLARA {Campbell) ESTABROOK. 

(980) 

1642. Blanche Deuel, born at Omaha, Neb., Jan. 1, 1881, 

where she resides with her parents. 



CHILDREN OF MONROE AND HARRIET E. ( Wilson) CHAPIN. 

(981). 

1643. Arthur M., born Nov. 29, 1861 ; died Oct. 8, 1862. 

1644. Nellie Cynthia, born March 8, 1865 ; married Aug. 
5, 1885, Charles E. Baker of Verndale, Minn., where they 
reside. 



1 94 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

1645. Jennie May, born May 22, 1867 ; married Nov. 26, 
1885, Isaac Thompson of Columbus, Wis. ; reside at. Vern- 
dale, Minn. 

1646. Fannie Harriet, born March 6, 1869. 

1647. Melvin Henr}', born Oct. 30, 1871. 

1648. Harley Monroe, born May 18, 1875. 



CHILDREN OF ASAD E. AND ELLEN M. {Baker) WILSON. (9S2) 

1649. Caroline Ellen, born Aug. 18, 1868. 

1650. Fred Herbert, born May 8, 1872. 

1651. Mabel Cynthia, born Jan. 24, 1880. 

1652. Ralph Asad, born Aug. 18, 1883. 



CHILD OF JOHN M. AND ELLEN [Cobb) WILSON. (684) 
1653. Florence, born Jan. 5, 1885. 



CHILD OF HENRY S. AND HELEN A. {Plumb) ESTABROOK. 

(685). 
1654. Henry S., born May, 1873 ; died July 1873. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY S. AND GEORGIANA {Cornell) ESTA- 
BROOK. (685) 

1655. Harry Cornell, born Nov. 27, 1875. 
1657. Raymond, born Sept. 4, 1883. 



CHILD OF PULASKI AND HTJLDA ( Tuttle) ESTABROOK. (986) 

1658. May, born July 7, 1872, at Chicago, 111., where she 
resides. 



CHILD OF WM. P. AND WINIFRED {Estabrook) POWELL. (993) 
1659. John Estabrook, born Feb. 22, 1889. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 195 

CHILD OF EDWARD AND MARY J. {Halbert) COOK. (998) 

1660. May, born 1865 ; a student at Wellesley, Mass. 
Resides at Clinton, Mich. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM C. AND ELLEN L. {Stevens) GATES. 

(ion). 

1661. Henry Swan, born Oct. 25, 1854; marrieid Mari- 
etta Clark, Sept. 1879. For children see 1962-1963. * 

1662. William Wallace, born Aug. 2, 1856 ; married 
Sept., 1879, Ella Nora Harris. 

1663. Ellen Elizabeth, born May 22, 1858 ; married John 
Franklin Rogers, July 23, 1876; she died June 26, 1885. 
For children see 1964-1966. 

1664. Hobart Estabrook, born Jan. 30, i860. 

1665. Frances Stevens, born March 21, 1862 ; married 
George Palmer, Oct. 26, 1884. 

1666. Albert Peck, born Sept. 12, 1866. 

1667. Kate J., born March 15, 1869. 

1668. Gertrude Eveline, born Nov. 2, 1876 ; reside in 
East Haddam, Conn. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE F. AND MARIA L. ( Walker) GATES. 

(1012). 

1669. George Henry, born July, 1854. 

1670. Edward Franklin, born Aug. 14, 1856 ; married, 
1 88 1, a Redfield. 

1671. Charles Samuel, born Nov., 1861, thanksgiving 
night. 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN W. AND ELLEN {Gates) PAGE. (1013). 

1672. George Abel, born Jan. 31, 1858 ; married Nov. 14, 
1889, Clara Almira Foote. 

1673. Ransom Irving, born May 21, i860. 

1674. Bertha Bell, born Sept. 12, 1862 ; died Oct. 21, 1863. 

1675. Myrtis. 

1676. Harry Lewis, born March, 1876. 

1677. Sophia Ella. 

[All reside at East Bethany, N. Y.] 
13 



1 96 EIGHTH GENERA TION. • 

CHILD OP AND REBECCA {Gates) CUMMINGS. (1025). 

1677a. Wm. Gates, born June 23, 1864 ; is in Division 
Office, Worcester, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF STANLEY W. AND ( ) LITTLE. (1036) 

1678. George S. 

1679. S. G. 

1680. Hattie. 

1 68 1. Grover. 

CHILDREN OE WILLIAM AND ELLA L. {Macfarlain) LITTLE. 

(1038) . 

1682. Esther Louise, born 1882. 

1683. James Macfarlain, born 1885. 



CHILDREN OF WM. ERNEST AND SALLY {Kerr) LITTLE. (1046) 

1684. Harriet R., born at Tunkhannock, Pa., May 15, 
1871. 

1685- Eleanor J., born at Tunkhannock, Pa., Jan. 9, 
1874. 

1686. Ernest K., born at Tunkhannock, Pa., July 28, 
1876. 

CHILDREN OF CLARENCE A. AND GEORGIE {Loderick) 
LITTLE. (1047) 

1687. Robert J., born at Tunkhannock, Pa. 

1688. Charles B., born at T., Sept. 9, 1875. 

1689. Mary E., born at T. 



CHILDREN OF AARON HENRY AND SOPHIA JANE {Rogers) 
NILES. (1054). 

1690. John Markham, born Dec, 15, 1853 ; married Oct., 
1883, Sarah Griswold, of Greene, N. Y., (born Sept. 16, 
18 — ). They reside in Newton, Mass. For child see 1967. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 197 

1691. Ella Jane, born Oct. 20, 1855; married Nov. 17, 
1875, Henry Albright. He died Dec, 1884, at East Hamp- 
ton, Ct. She married (2d) 1888, Phillip Hills, of Lamed, 
Kas. , where they reside. 

1692. Annie Laura, born Jan., 1859; married May 26, 
1886, at Newton, Mass., James W. Hillhouse ; they reside 
at Willimantic, Conn. 



CHILDREN OF HOSFORD B. AND MARY E. (Gorton) NILES. 

(1056). 

1693. Harriet Ensign, born at East Haddam, Conn. , June 
5, 1866 ; she is an artist and art designer ; resides at White- 
stone, L. I. 

1694. William Henry, born at East Haddam, Nov. 21, 
1869 ; died Feb. 21, 1872. 



CHILD OF JOHN AND ANN A. {Markham) STARR. (1059). 

1695. Ambrose N., born June 18, 1872; resides at East 
Hampton, Conn. 



CHILD OF WILLIAM N. AND MARY E. {Arthur) MARKHAM. 

(1061). 
1696. A Son, born Sept. 1, 1884. 



CHILD OF HIRAM AND RHODA {Estabrook) ROCKWELL. 

(1064). 

1697. Clara Adelia, born July 2, 1861, at Newfield, N. Y. ; 
married June 6, 1883, William J. Sunderlin, of Newfield, N. 
Y., (born in Auburn, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1862). For child see 
1968. _____ 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC S. AND NELLIE {Tripp) ESTABROOK. 

(1065.) 

1698. Elmer Tripp, born at Catharine, N. Y., April 30, 
1868. 

1699. Robert Charles, born July 26, 1870. 

1700. Grace, born Aug. 25, 1880. 



198 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILD OF CHARLES AND ELSIE A. (Estabrook) SHAVER. 

(1068) 

1701. Robert Glenn, born at Norwich, N. Y., Jan. 25, 
1868. Goes by name of Estabrook. Resides at Newfield, 
N. Y. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND AUSTA C. (Estabrook) ALLEN. 

(1069) 
(All born at Newfield, N. Y. ) 

1702. Nellie Estabrook, born May 8, 1870. 

1703. Mary Elouise, born March 17, 1872 ; married Dec. 
31, 1890, George O. Williams, son of Jeptha Williams, of 
Ithaca, N. Y., a farmer. 

1704. Ava Maud, born Feb. 22, 1875. 

1705. Fay Estabrook, born Sept. 2, 1877. 

1706. Fred Rockwell, born June 29, 1879. 

1707. Flora Keppel, born Jan. 1, 1882. 

1708. Ruth Winifred, born May 16, 1885. 



CHILDREN OF BELA P. AND ELLEN (Fisher) BEEBE. (1070) 

1709. Mary, married Sept. 19, 1882, Frank Gait, of Wash- 
ington, D. C. He is now in wholsesale commission business. 
He was assistant journal clerk, house representatives, in 
1882-3. Reside at Washington, D. C. For children see 
1969-1971. 

1710. Dwight, born Dec. 29, 1862; died at Haw Patch, 
Noble Co., Ind., Sept. 10, 1868. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN H. AND MARY E. (Cutter) BUGGIE. (1074). 

1711. Fred. 

1712. Mariette. 



CHILDREN OF CLINTON H. AND HARRIET (Harrington) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1077). 

1713. Jamie (daughter), born at Ottawa, Kas., Aug. 19, 
1881 ; died June 28, 1882. 

1714. Claire (daughter), born at Ottawa, Kas., June 8, 1884. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 199 

CHILDREN OP WARREN D. AND JENNETTE M. [Semans] ES- 
TABROOK. (1088). 

1715. Hattie M., born in EaFayette, Ind., Friday, Aug. 
19, 1858; married July 3, 1879, in Terre Haute, Ind., by 
Rev. Edward Abby, John H., son of John and Sarah Wilkes, 
of Terre Haute, Ind., formerly of Coalbrookdale, Eng. She 
died in Evansville, Ind., Sunday, Dec. 7, 1884. For chil- 
dren see 1972-1974. 

1716. Frances Estella, born in LaFayette, Ind., Wednes- 
day, March 14, i860; married June 30, 1881, by Rev. Thos. 
Parry, Prof. Howard Sandison, vice-president of the Indiana 
State Normal School in Terre Haute, Ind. For children see 

I975-I976- 

1717. Jennette S., born in Cambridge City, Ind., Friday, 
Dec. 9, 1862 ; died in Terre Haute, Ind., Wednesday, Sept. 
14, 1887. 

1718. Harry Morse, born in Cambridge City, Wayne Co., 
Ind., Sunday, Dec. 25, 1864. 

1719. Mabel, born in Terre Haute, Ind., on Friday, April 
10, 1868. 

CHILD OF GEORGE H. AND SARAH A. {Davis) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1089). 

1720. Sarah A., born Aug. 12, 1848, and resides in Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE H. AND JULIETTE {Clark) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1089). 

1721. Maria L., born April 22, 1858 ; died Dec. 30, i860. 

1722. Myra C, born May 14, i860; died Aug. 17, i860. 

1723. Milly, born Dec. 28, 1861 ; died Jan. 12, 1862. 

1724. George A., born Dec. 22, 1868 ; died March 25, 
1870. 

CHILDREN OF JOSHUA AND CYNTHIA M. {Estabrook) TILL- 
MAN. (1092). 

1725. John W., born July 18, 1844 ; died Aug. 4, 1844. 

1726. Nancy A., born May 25, 1845 ; died May 26, 1845. 



200 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1727. Sarah A., born Dec. 22, 1846; died Sept. 15, 1850. 

1728. John C. A., born Sept. 17, 1850. 

1729. Levi P., born April 1, 1853 ; died June 9, 1853. 

1730. Mary C, born April 26, 1854. 

1731. Elizabeth C, born Feb. 4, 1864; died Dec. 12, 1883. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE W. AND ESTABROOK (1093). 

1732. Jacob Westol, born June 29, 1848. 

1733. Sarah M., born July 8, 1850. 

1734. Nancy E., born Aug. 18, i860. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND SARAH E. {Estabrook) McGREW. 

(1094) 

1735. Albert W., born Feb. 4, 1852. 

1736. Arthur C, born Jan. 25, 1854. 

1737. Lucy J., born Jan. 25, 1856. 

1738. Lawrey A., born Nov. 5, 1858. 

1739. Hattie H., born July 13, 1862 ; died April 10, 1863. 

1740. Martha A., born Jan. 19, 1866; died April 4, 1889. 



CHILD OF DR. FRANCIS C. AND LERINA {Grove) ESTABROOK. 

(1097). 

1741. Mary Ellen, born Aug. 20, 1856. Resides at West 
Manchester, O. 

CHILDREN OF LEONARD W. AND MARTHA J. (Reesor) ESTA- 
BROOK. (109S) 

1742. Charles E., born at Decatur, 111., March 20, 1862 ; 
was run over by a freight train at McComans, Henry Co., 
Ind., on F. W. C. & L. R. R., on March 9, 1882, and lost 
his right leg, eight inches below the knee, and his life was 
only saved by the untiring care of his father and mother. 
He is now a telegraph operator for the same company, and 
has been for six years, at New Castle, Ind. 

1743. Louie G., born at Decatur, 111., July 13, 1863 ; died 
Nov. 6, 1864; buried at Mt. Zion, 111. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 201 

1744. Willie C, born at Chicago, 111., Sept. 21, 1866; 
graduated at Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Takes 
great interest in' music. His profession.is music. He began 
teaching organ music when seventeen. 

1745. Harley Lawrence, born at Mattison, 111., Feb. 17, 

1869. : 

1746. Harry Lee, born at Mattison,. 111.; Feb. 17, 1869. 

1747. Gay R., born at Springport, Ind., July 10, 1871. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES A. AND MARY E. (Jordan) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1099). 

1748. Claytus Theodore, born at Shelby, O., i860; died 
young. 

1749. Laura B. 

CHILDREN OF ALFRED AND LOUISA P. (Estabrook) SNODEN. 

■ (1101). 

1750. Charles W., born March 24, i860; died Sept. 16, 
1 861. 

1 75 1. Thersa A., born Nov. 24, 1862. 

1752. Francis E., born Sept. 25, 1864. 

1753. Infant, born July 14, 1868; died young. . 

1754 — 1755. Arthur S., ArtemusT. ; died June 18, 1870. 



CHILDREN OF DR. JAKE J. AND GEORGIANA (Estabrook) 
MILLHOUSE. (1103). 

1756. Edward, resides near Piqua, O. 

1757. Charles, resides near Piqua, D. 



CHILDREN OF DAVID W. AND .HATTIE C. (Estabrook) CHAN- 
CELLOR, (mo). 

(All born at Dayton, O.) 

1758. Carrie W., born April 8, 1865. 

1759. William Estabrook, born Sept. 25, 1867. 

1760. Hattie C, born Dec. 13, 1868. 

1761. Florence M., born Oct. 20, 1877. 



202 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OP G. HENRY AND ABBIE M. (Estabrook) WHIT- 
COMB, (mi). 

1762. Frank C, born March 5, 1867 ; died Aug. 12, 1867. 

1763. Annie B., born Oct. 22, 1868 ; died March 28, 1871. 

1764. Henry E., born Aug. 18, 1871. 

1765. Margaret, (stillborn) July 12, 1873. 

1766. Emma C, born Feb. 26, 1876. 

1767. David, born Jan. 22, 1879. 

1768. Ernest M., born Feb. 28, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF ARTHUR S. AND SARAH {Galloway) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1114). 

1769. Linda Cook, born at Dayton, O., Aug. 5, 1870. 

1770. Clara, born July 2, 1875, at Dayton, O. 



CHILDREN OE WILLIAM H. AND LUCY [Gamer) GRANT. 

(1117). 

1771. Bessie F., born at Springfield, O., Jan. 13, 1867 ; 
died same day. 

1772. Edward C, born Jan. 3, 1868. 
1773; Harry G., born Aug. 2, 1870. 

1774. Nellie F., born Dec. 19, 1872. 

1775. Howard H., born Sept. 17, 1876. 

1776. Abbie Whitcomb, born May 4, 1882. 



CHILD OF WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH M. (Read) DIXON. 

(111S) 
1777. Carrie, born July 5, 1854. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY S. AND HARRIET E. {Estabrook) FOW- 
LER. (1119) 

1778. Harry R. 

1779. Lizzie R. 

1780. Frank D. 

1781. Edward E. 

1782. Nellie. 

1783. Richard S. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 203 

CHILD OF SAMUEL G. AND JULIA A. ( Wilson) ESTABROOK. 

(1127) 

1784. Samuel G., born in Roxbury, Mass., April 21, 

1863 ; resides in New York city. 



CHILD OF CHARLES W. AND HARRIET E. (Pishon) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1128) 

1785. Thomas Winthrop, born in Roxbury, Mass., May 
2i, 1880. 

CHILD OF FRANKLIN AND LIZZIES. {Tourjee) ESTABROOK. 

(«33)- 

1786. Rufus, born Feb. 18, 1885, at Boston, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND CAROLINE E. (Estabrook) WOOD- 
MAN. (1140). 

1787. Caroline Lydia, born Jan. 7, 1863 ; married Nov. 
25, 1883, Frank E. Wilde, who died, and she married (2d) 
March 27, 18 — , Bartlett A. Winslow. For children see 
1977-1978. 

1788. Hattie, born Dec. 5, 1865 ; died. 

1789. Sarah Elizabeth, born Aug. 9, 1866 ; died. 



CHILD OF ELEAZER AND HARRIET M. (Estabrook) HOUS- 
TON. (1142). 

1790. James Black, born Dec. 19, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH W. AND FANNIE G. [Leonard) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1 144). 

1791. Charles Mason, born May 8, 1881. 

1792. Edward Everett, born March 6, 1883. 



CHILD OF GALEN H. AND EMMA R. (Estabrook) HOLLIS. 

("45)- 
1793. Ethel G., born May 2, 1886. 



204 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OP CHARLES T. AND ANNIE M. ( Watson) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1162) 

(All born at Oxford, la. ) 

1794. Lillie Virginia, born Aug. 27, 1876. 

1795. Cora Louisa, born Nov. 13, 1878. 

1796. Wm. Taylor, born July 27, 1881. 

1797. Ross Bigelow, born April 25, 1884. 



CHILDREN OP LUCIUS S. AND ESTHER A. (Estabrook) MER- 
RIAM. (1166) 

1798. Eleanor AtLee, born at Brandon, Vt., .Aug. 1, 
1875 ; resides at Brandon, Vt. 

1799. John Estabrook, born in Red Oak, Iowa, July 31, 

1877- 

CHILDREN OP CHARLES G. AND CAROLINE M. {Sears) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1184). 

1800. William Sears, born Dec. 12, 1877. 

1801. Charles Scott, born June 23, 1879. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM T. AND MARY {Tracy) ESTABROOK. 

(1186). 
(Born at Great Bend, Pa.) 

1802. Watts Tracy, born Nov. 16, 1882. 

1803. Hull Thaddeus, born May io, 1885.. 



CHILD OP WATTS C. AND CLARA M. {Estabrook) VAN BLAR- 
COM. (1 187). 

1804. Son, born Sept. 20, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF ALPHONSO D. ANDFLORA A. {Waters) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1192) 

1805. Fred W., born in Worcester, Mass., Feb. 5, 1869. 

1806. Louis T., born in Worcester; Mass., 'Oct. "5, 1870. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 205 

CHILDREN OF ARTHUR F. AND SUSAN R. {Breeck) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1193) 

1807. Osgood Breeck, born in Leicester, Mass., March 
10, 1883. 

1808. Arthur Howard, born in Leicester, Mass.. May 9, 
1885. 



CHILDREN OF S. BROWN AND MARY A. [Green) ESTABROOK. 

("94) 

1809. Francis Sibley, born in Almond, N. Y., March 6, 
1878. 

1810. William Rogers, born in Almond, N. Y., Oct. 5, 
1879. 



CHILD OF E. FRANCIS AND MARTHA {Tyler) ESTABROOK. 

("95) 

1811. Alice Louisa, born in Worcester, Mass., Jan. 4, 

i874- 

CHILD OF JOHN S. AND HATTIE H. {Tillyer) BROWN. (1198) 

1812. Ethel Tillyer, born in Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 3, 
1885. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES H. AND ADALINE T. {Morse) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1201) 

1813. E. H., born July 9, 1859; married Aug. 2, 1882, 
Jennie Savarg, who died May 12, 1885; he married (2d), 
Oct. 17, 1887, Georgia Woodard. 

1814. Myra E., born May 18, 1866 ; died March 29, 1881. 

1815. C. V., born Nov. 6, 1869. 

1816. Cara A., born Aug. 27, 1873. 

1817. A. C, born Feb. 16, 1881. 



206 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OP FRANK A. AND ELLEN L- {Boyd) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1208). 

(All born at West Dover, Vt.) 

1818. Arthur H., born Aug. 5, 1882 ; died Nov. 18, 1885. 

1819. Lewis F., born Jan. 8, 1884. 

1820. Orren E., born Jan. 23, 1886. 

1821. Abbie M., born Jan. 15, 1888. 

1822. Earl A., born Nov. 14, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF EMERSON AND CORNELIA M. {Hoyt) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1219). 

1823. Charles Hoyt, born July 17, 1866 ; died Nov. 16, 
1866. 

1824. Frank Hoyt, born Nov. 26, 1867. 

1825. Mary Frances, born Aug. 7, 1870. 

1826. Norman Benjamin, born March 29, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF WALLACE J. AND MARY E. {Estabrook) FAR- 
NUM. (1220). 

1827. Jessie Sybil, born Sept. 19, 1875. 

1828. Ella Remembrance, born May 28, 1879. 

1829. Joseph Elbridge, born Aug. 14, 1883. 
[All reside at Peru, Vt.J 



CHILD OF FRANK R. AND FRANCENA {Lyman) MANN. (1246). 

1830. Willie F., born Aug. 21, 1863; married Sept. 30, 
1890, Nellie Bishop, daughter of G. H. and C. M. Bishop. 
He is a dentist, and resides at Barre, Vt. 



CHILD OF SAMUEL G. AND ABBIE {Dean) ESTABROOK. (1253). 

1831. Phila Genevieve, born Jan. 19, 1871, at Dover, 
Vt. ; married March 7, 1891, Chas. Vialls, of Wardsboro, 
Vt. , where they reside. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 207 

CHILDREN OF TAYLOR S. AND S. BELLE {Pierce] ESTABROOK. 

(1255)- 

1832. Lula Belle, born in Wolcottville, L,a Grange Co., 
Ind., Aug. 31, 1873. 

1833. Harold Pitt, born in West Dover, Vt, June 29, 
1876. 

1834. Leo Taylor, born in Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Jan. 
13. 1884. 

CHILD OF BENONI AND CORA E. {Estabrook) SAGE. (1256). 

1835. Henry Perle, born April 24, 1876, in Jamaica, Vt. 



CHILDREN OF KIMBALL AND MARY A. {Johnson) HASKINS. 

(1263). 

1836. Lottie, born Aug. 22, 1875. 

1837. Ida, born July 15, 1877. 



CHILD OF HERBERT AND HATTIE {Haskins) HOUGHTON. 

(1267). 
1838. Leroy H., born July 23, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF CHAS. E. AND CORA {Haskins) GOULD. (1268). 

1839. Harry, born Feb. 24, 1884. 

1840. Leon, born April 2, 1886. 



CHILD OF RANSOM C. AND CLARISSA E- {Spaulding) FARR. 

(1270). 
1841. Nellie A., born 1870. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES A. AND SALLIE {Phelps) ESTABROOK. 

(1272). 

1842. Elizabeth Ann, born 1872; married Feb., 1888, G. 
W. McClure, of Robinson, 111. 

1843. Rosa Belle, born 1875. 



208 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN W. AND SADA J. {Frost) ESTABROOK. 

(1273) 

1844. Virgil A. 

1845. Viola May. 

1846. Freddie. 

1847. Alma C. 
[Reside at L,avaca, Neb. J 



CHILD OF JOSEPH S. AND AMANDA {Kincaid) ESTABROOK. 

(1274) 
1848. Amanda May, born 1887 ; resides at Gordon, Neb. 



CHILD OF GEORGE T. AND HENRIETTA {Curby) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1284) 

1848a. Henry L., born Feb. 2, 1881. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND MARY A. {Estabrook) MORE. 

(1286). 

1849. Burchen, born Aug. 24, 1874. 

1850. Charles M., born Aug. 6, 1876. 

1851. William, born July 27, 1878. 

1852. David, born July, 1880. 



CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND HANNAH M. {Estabrook) WOOD- 
ARD. (1287). 

1853. Ida M., born July 27, 1873. 

1854. Lucy M., born Nov. 14, 1874. 

1855. Roselta, born Dec. 24, 1876. 



CHILD OF STEPHEN AND ROSELTA E. {Estabrook) McPHER- 
SON. (1288). 

1856. Myrtle, born 1883. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 209 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM C. AND ROSELLA E. (Estabrook) 
HODKINS. (1289). 

1857. Lillian, born 1876. 

1858. Marion Lane, born 1879. 



CHILD OF JOHN S. AND SARAH M. (Estabrook) STEWART. 
1859. Alice, born Dec. 21, 1883. 



CHILDREN OF JOEL M. AND ORPHA J. {Bigelow) BALDWIN. 

(I294) - 
i860. Mary Jane, born May 20, 1856. 

1861. J. William, born March 20, 1859; married July 9, 
1885, Ida Gould ; reside at Prophetstown, 111. 

1862. Frank H., born Jan. 20, 1861 ; married Oct. 21, 
1887, Alma Lane. For child see 1979. 

1863. Lizzie Maria, born Oct. 24, 1871. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN N. AND ANNA W. (Kedzie) HOGEBOOM. 

(1296). 

1864. Lillian, born Nov. 28, 1867 ; died Aug. 14, 1882. 

1865. Minnie M., born Feb. 19, 1869. 

1866. John W., born May 23, 1872; died Sept. 28, 1872. 

1867. Daisey Dean, born April 19, 1874. 

1868. James Henry, born June 27, 1875. 

1869. Fanny Cynthia, born Dec. 7, 1877. 

1870. Nellie A., born Feb. 15, 1883. 



CHILDREN OF HILAND H. AND JENNETTE (Sykes) HOGE- 
BOOM. (1297). 

1 87 1. Jennie Maria, born June 23, 1880. 

1872. Emma Lavina, born Aug. 21, 1882 ; died Nov. 27, 
1883. 

1873. Edwin Sykes, born April 5, 1884. 

1874. Joel Phillip, born Aug., 1886. 

1875. Harry Knight, born Sept. 12, 1888. 



2 1 o NINTH GENERA TION 

CHILDREN OF LUTHER AND ROSELTA {Estabrook) SCOTT. 

(1300) 

1876. Mary Ellen, born in 111., Jan. 18, 1870 ; is married. 

1877. Frances Almira, born in Iowa, Feb. 13, 1873. 

1878. Grace Jane, born Jan. 29, 1876. 

1879. Amanda Cora Estelle, born in Iowa, March 13, 
1879. 

1880. Myrtle Drosilla, born Oct. 19, 1881 ; died Aug. 12, 
1882. 

1881. Nellie Gertrude, born Sept. 3, 1883. 



NINTH GENERATION. 



CHILD OF SANFORD H. AND MARION E. (Simonds) WOOD- 
WORTH. (1340) 

1882. Ada Evaline, born Sept. 22, 1886 ; resides at Lex- 
ington, Mass. 

CHILD OF JOHN A. AND LIZZIE [Haskell) DEMAR. (1344) 

1883. Leora, born July 4, 1885. 



CHILD OF FRED W. AND ALICE (Sawyer) ESTABROOK. ui b2) 

1884. Winthrop Howe, born May 8, 1882, at Nashua, 
N. H. 
Also had a daughter who lived but a few days. 



CHILDREN OF THEODORE A. AND ELIZABETH B. (Clark) 
ESTABROOK. (1425) 

1885. Charles Theodore, born Feb. 16, 1875. 

1886. Clarence Ware, born June 19, 1878. 

1887. George Clark, born Sept. 6; 1881. 

1888. Louise, born Aug. 3, 1884. 
[All reside at W. Newton, Mass.] 



ESTABROOK GENEAL OGY. 2 1 1 

CHILD OF ARTHUR F. AND IDA {Fletcher) ESTABROOK. 

(1426) 
1889. Arthur, born Feb. 8, 1878 ; died same day. 



CHILD OF RENSSELAER A. AND EMMA J. (Swan) KNIGHT. 

(1432) 
1890. Mabel Gertrude, born Feb. n, 1869 ; (adopted). 



CHILDREN OF RANDOLPH AND IDA KATE (Estabrook) STEHL. 

1891. Allen. 

1892. Ruberta. 

1893. Catharine Estabrook. 



CHILDREN OF GREENLEAF AND SARAH L. (Boynton) HAWK- 
INS. (1441). 

(All born at Woburn, Mass.) 

1894. Louis G., born Aug. 24, 1859 ; died Feb. 24, i860. 

1895. Luetta M., born Jan. 24, 1861 ; died July, 1863. 

1896. Albert E M born Jan. 23, 1864. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE R AND ELLEN M. (Boynton) FLINT. 

(1442). 
(All born at Charleston, Mass. ) 

1897. Arthur O., born May 25, 1868 ; died Aug. 30, 1869. 

1898. Elmer D., born June 4, 1871. 

1899. George H., born Oct. 28, 1872. 

1900. Neubert F., born Oct. 11 , 1881 ; died April 13, 
1884. 



CHILDREN OF WARREN W. AND HELEN M. (Mair) RAWSON. 

(1447). 

1901. Mabel L., born Nov. 19, 1869. 

1902. Eleanor H., born May 4, 1871 ; died Sept. 4, 1871. 



212 NINTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF WARREN W. AND SARAH E. (Mair) RAWSON. 

(1447) 

1903. Alice, born Oct. 21, 1875. 

1904. Herbert W., born July 2, 1877. 

1905. Arthur M., born Oct. 15, 1879 ; died April 24, 1881. 



CHILD OF GEORGE F. AND MARY ELLEN {Rawson) WRIGHT. 

(1448) 

1906. Eleanor H., born at Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 1, 
1876. 

CHILD OF REV. W. WOLCOTT AND SARAH H. {Rawson) FAY. 

(l45o) 

1907. Dexter Rawson, born in Bridgewater, Mass., March 
15. 1887. 

CHILDREN OF HENRY W. AND MARY A. {Noyes) CLAY. 

(1457) 

1908. Herbert Warren, born Sept. 22, 1884. 

1909. Josie May, born Oct. 14, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES L. AND FRANCES M. {Durgin) 
VILES. (1464)- 

1910. William Lovell, born April 29, 1870 ; died March 
30- 1875. 

1911. Edith May, born April 6, 187,3 ; died March 31, 
1875, buried on same day with her brother William. 

1912. Walter Lovell, born Sept. 12, 1875 ; died June 24, 
1884. 

CHILDREN OF DR. FRED P. AND ANNIE C. {Jones) GLAZIER. 

(1467). 

1913. Philip Norman, born at Hudson Mass., April 25, 
1884. 

1914. Harold Metcalf, born April 11, 1887. 



ESTA BROOK GENEAL OGY. 213 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM W. AND SARAH R. ( Wells) BENJA- 
MIN. (1469) 

1915. May C, born Sept. 8, 1876 ; died Dec. 4, 1883. 

1916. Wallace L., born April 15, 1878. 

1917. William W., born Nov. 9, 1880; died Dec. 12, 
1887, at W. Somerville, Mass. 

1918. Edith Grace, born Jan. 15, 1885. 



CHILDREN OF QUINCY W. AND LUCY {Sherman) BENJAMIN. 

(1472) 

1919. Efne, born April 24, 1879. 

1920. Maud, born Dec. 20th, 1881. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM H. AND SUSAN E. ( Weeks) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1540) 

(All born at Hoosick Falls, N. Y.) 

1 92 1. Frank Brainard ; died about one year old. 

1922. Mary Frances, born Feb. 12, 1873. 

1923. Lucy, born Nov. 8, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD K. AND FANNIE A. {Peters) McLEAN. 

(1543) 
(All born in Hoosick Falls, N. Y.) 

1924. Edward K., born Aug. 14, 1876. 

1925. Sarah E., born Jan. 7, 1878. 

1926. Harry, born Sept. 10, 1879. 

1927. Eugene M., born Aug. 23, 1881. 

1928. LeRoy, born April 27, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN H. AND DORA [Peters) McEACHRON. 

(1544) 
(All born at Hoosick Falls, N. Y.) 

1929. Ralph Henry, born Nov. 15, 1885. 

1930. Lynn Peters, born Jan. 6, 1888. 

1931. Karl Boyer, born Nov. 17, 1889. 



214 NINTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN Q. AND ALTA J. {Howard) WELLMAN. 

(1555) 

1932. Mary E., born at Jamaica, Vt, Feb. 1, 1886. 

1933. Lida J., born at Jamaica, Vt, Feb. 25, 1889. 



CHILD OF MERRILL D. AND LILLA M. {Payne) LEONARD. 

(1568) 
1934. Beta M. 



CHILD OF EUGENE D. AND EVA L. {Estabrook) NOBLES. 

(1592) 
1935. Georgia, born Feb. 11, 1884. 



CHILD OF DEWITT E. AND MINNIE A. (Estabrook) FASHIT. 

(1593)- 
1936. Glenn L., born in 1888. 



CHILDREN OF ROYAL B. AND MARY (Pratt) YOUNG. (1609). 
(All born at Salt Lake City, Utah.) 

1937. Royal P., born May 8, 1874. 

1938. Lola May, born March 31, 1876. 

1939. Luella, born Jan. 17, 1881. 

1940. Ivy, born Aug. 21, 1885. 

1941. Laura N., born Oct. 28, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH O. AND MARTHA J. (Hyde) YOUNG. 

• (1610). 

1942. Estelle, born April 15, 1877, at Salt Lake City Utah. 

1943. Jessie, born June 2, 1878, at Nephi Joab, Utah. 

1944. Joseph, born Jan. 29, 1880, at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

1945. Ruby, born June 16, 1882, at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

1946. Joel A., born Dec. 31, 1883, at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

1947. Barney Hyde, born Aug. 26, 1889, at Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 



ESTABKVUK GENEALOGY. 215 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND SARAH E. ( Young) BURNS. 

(1611). 

1948. Hattie, born July 24, 1877, at Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

1949. Robert, born May 3, 1880, at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

1950. Chloe, born Aug. 25, 1885, at Salt Lake City, Utah. 



SON OP PHINEAS H. AND MARGARET {Wayman) YOUNG. 

(1612). 

1951. Leo Howe, born Sept. 9, 1889, at Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND MARGARET ( Wright) MURDOCH. 

(i6i5)- 
(All bora in Charleston, Waratch Co., Utah.) 

1952. Jemima M., born Nov. 26, 1879. 

1953. Margaret J., born Oct. 6, 1883. 

1954. Royal J., born April 28, 1885. 

1955. Nynphus Warren, born May 28, 1887. 

1956. Sarah E., born April 10, 1889. 



CHILD OF HYRUM R. AND LUCY A. {Huffacre) WILLIAMS. 

(1617). 
1957. Royal, born Jan. 20, 1880 ; died Jan. 22, 1880. 



CHILDREN OF HYRUM R. AND MARGARET ( Warner) WILL- 
IAMS. (1617). 

1958. Leonard, born at Ogden, Utah. 

1959. Earl, born 1887 at Ogden, Utah ; died 1887 at Og- 
den. 

i960. Claud, born at Ogden, Utah. 

1961. Myrtle Electa, born Dec. 18, 1889, at Ogden, Utah. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY S. AND MARIETTA {Clark) GATES. 

(1661). 

1962. Richard Henry, born June 10, 1880; died May 1, 
1882. 

1963. Clarence Stevens, born March 10, 1885. 



2 1 6 NINTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN F. AND ELLEN E. {Gates) ROGERS. (1663). 

1964. Carlton Hayes, born July 26, 1877. 

1965. Leroy Gates, born March 30, 1881 ; died April -24, 
1882. 

1966. Frank Harris, born Aug. 19, 1883. 



CHILD OF JOHN M. AND SARAH {Griswold) NILES. (1690) 
1967. Marion, born at Newton, Mass., Nov. 14, 1884. 



CHILD OF WILLIAM J. AND CLARA {Rockwell) SUNDERLIN. 

(1697) 
1968. Ward, born at Newfield, N. Y., Aug. 29, 1884; 
died Feb. 28, 1885. 



CHILDREN OF FRANK AND MARY {Beebe) GALT. (1709) 
(All born and reside at Washington, D. C.) 

1969. Mildred, born Oct. 16, 1883. 

1970. Frank, born Aug. 11, 1885. 

1 97 1. Dwight Beebe, born April 22, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN H. AND HATTIE M. {Estabrook) WILKES. 

(1715) 

1972. Helen, born in Terre Haute, Ind., April 20, 1880; 
died June 14, 1880. 

1973. Bertha, born in Terre Haute, Ind., July 12, 1882. 

1974. Hattie Estabrook, born in Evansville, Ind., Nov. 
29, 1884. 

CHILDREN OF HOWARD AND FRANCES E. {Estabrook) SAN- 
DISON. (1716) 

1975. Howard, born in Terre Haute, Ind., Sept. n, 1882. 

1976. Helen, born in Terre Haute, Ind., Sept. 16, 1S84. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 217 

CHILDREN OP BARTLETT A. AND CAROLINE L. ( Woodman) 
WINSLOW. (1787). 

1977. Charlotte S., born Jan. 7, 1874; died. 

1978. Bertha B., born Nov. 8, 1880. 



CHILD OF FRANK H. AND ALMA {Lane) BALDWIN. (1862). 
1979. Harvey Lynn, born 1889. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY T. AND FLORENCE C. {Gore) ESTA- 
BROOK. (1361). 

1980. Ina Howe, born Aug. 26, 1874; died Aug. 3, 1875. 

1981. Carlton Henry, born Feb. n, 1876; died Feb. 4, 
1877. 

[Reside at Asheville, N. C.J 



CHILDREN OF MYRON L. AND VICTORIA A. {Skinner) RICE. 

(1538). 
1982.. Leonard Marvin, born at Baltimore, Md., Aug. 3, 
1882. 

1983. George Raymond, born at Baltimore, Md., April 
25, 1884. 

CHILDREN OF WM. H. AND STELLA {Black ESTABROOK. 

(1335) 

1984. Wm. Lawrence ; died 1876. 

1985. Howard M. 

1986. James W. 

1987. Anna L. 

1 988-1 989. Ethel M. ; Edith M. ; twins. 



CHILDREN OF FRANK P. AND ELLA R. {Crow) ESTABROOK. 

(1336) 

1990. Warren J., born in Plymouth, Iowa, Oct. 29, 1876. 

1 991. Bertha L., born in Monmouth, Polk Co., Oregon, 
Sept. 4, 1 88 1. 

[Reside at Lewisville, Oregon.] 



218 ESTA BROOK GENEALOGY. 

The following names probably belong to the foregoing 

branch, but have not been satisfactorily 

connected. 



CHILDREN OF ABEL AND RUTH (Withington) ESTABROOK. 
(Born at Fitzwilliam, N. H.) 

1992. Nathan, born Dec. 7, 1781. 

1993. Sarah, born Feb. 6, 1783 ; married at Ludlow, Vt., 
by Jesse Fletcher, J. P., Nov. 24, 1807, Benjamin, son of 
Samuel Withington of Charleston, Mass., (born at Stowe, 
Mass.). She died'at Ludlow, Dec. 9, 1866 of dropsy. He 
died of consumption of the blood, May 4, 1862, aged eighty- 
one years and twenty-eight days. He was a farmer. For 
children see 2003-2007. 

1994. Nabby, born Feb. 1, 1785. 

1995. Arethusa, born April 8, 1787. 

1996. Nancy, born April 25, 1789. 

1997. Enos, born March 2, 1791 ; married at Ludlow, Vt. , 
by Asahel Smith, J. P., March 20, 181 7, Deborah Smith of 
Ludlow; she died and he married (2d) Feb. 20, 1854, Jane 
N. Phillips, (born about 1829), daughter of Levi and Hulda 
Phillips. Enos died Oct. 31, 1876, the result of a fall, at 
Ludlow, and his widow married at Ludlow, Feb. 28, 1882, 
Wm. V. Chase, M. D., son of Ebenezer and Betsey Chase, 
by Rev. Alfred J. Hough. Enos was a farmer. For chil- 
dren see 2008-2009. 

1998. Lucy, born Feb. 9, 1793 ; married at Ludlow, Vt., 
by Asahel Smith, J. P., Feb. 16, 181 2, Wm. Hemenway of 
Middlebury, Vt. 

1999. Polly, born May 10, 1795. 

2000. Ruth, born June 10, 1797 ; married at Ludlow, by 
Asahel Smith, J. P., July 15, 1817, Benj. Mury of Brandon, 
Vt. 

2001. Caroline, born Oct. 14, 1799; married at Ludlow, 
by Asahel Smith, J. P., April 2, 1818, Samuel Ross of Lud- 
low, son of Samuel and Martha Ross, and he died of dropsy 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 219 

Aug. 12, 1864, aged sixt5^-five years, eight months and sev- 
enteen days. Caroline died April 24, 1879. He was a farmer. 
2002. Levina, born March 4, 1803 ; died at Ludlow, Vt., 
March 3, 1875, of pneumonia. 



CHILDREN OF BENJ. AND SARAH {Estabrook) WITHINGTON. 

(1993) 
(Born at Ludlow, Vt.) 

2003. William, born July 23, 1809. 

2004. Benjamin, born March 21, 1811. 

2005. Nancy, born July 10, 1813. 

2006. Ira, born May 21, 1817. 

2007. Abigail Mary, born Sept. 15, 1829. 



CHILDREN OF ENOS AND DEBORAH {Smith) ESTABROOK. 

(1997) 
(Born at Ludlow, Vt.) 

2008. Adah, born July 2, 1821 ; married by Rev. Joseph 
Hemphill, Dec. 25, 1842, Orsen G. Adams. 

2009. Abel, born April 25, 1828 ; died at L-, July 12, 1887. 



CHILD OF SAMUEL AND ELIZABETH ESTABROOK. 

2010. Rodolphus, died Jan. 30 ,1863, aged forty-six, at 
Chelsea, Vt. 

CHILDREN OF RODOLPHUS AND ROXANNA ESTABROOK. 

201 1. Cyrus Johnson, born Aug. 18, 1841. 

2012. George Araldus, born March 17, 1844; died Feb., 
1865. 

2013. Lucinda R., born May 25, 1852. 



2014. Miss Lavinia Estabrook, of Chelsea, married Oct. 
17, 1832, Harvey Allen, of Chelsea, by Rev. Calvin Noble. 

2015. Miss Fanny M. Estabrook, of Chelsea, and Al- 
mond Ordway, of Tunbridge, Vt., married Dec. 5, 1839, by 
Rev. James Buckham. 



DESCENDANTS OF WM. ESTABROOK. 



Compiled by Charges Estabrook, of Newburgh, N. Y. 



FIRST GENERATION. 

i. William Estabrook, (said to have been originally 
spelt Easterbrook), was born about 1765, and came from 
Tiverton, Devonshire, England, to Middletown, Conn., about 
1796, in company with a Mr. Richards, leaving a bachelor 
brother, Richard, who was in the hardware business in Tiv- 
erton as late as 1830, and a sister Jane who married a Mr. 
Mortimer. Estabrook and Richards were ship carpenters or 
sawyers and were both employed by Jonas Wright, who about 
that time commenced building for the United States Navy, 
the 24-gun war frigate Connecticut, which was launched 
Thursday afternoon, June 6, 1799, and when ready for sea 
was placed in command of Captain Moses Tryon and ordered 
to the West Indies, in company with other armed vessels, to 
protect our merchantmen from the depredations of English 
and French privateers. During her cruise she captured three 
French vessels, the Piege with fifty men, the Unite with fifty 
men, and the Chou-Chou. She was sold by the government 
in 1801, with twenty-eight other gun-boats, to reduce the ex- 
penses of the Navy. Mr. Wright's ship-yard was at Chat- 
ham, (now Portland), on the east side of the Connecticut 
river, opposite Middletown, and was known as East Middle- 
town until October, 1767, when it was made into a distinct 
town and called Chatham, from the importance of its ship- 
building, in allusion to Chatham a town in England, noted 
for its extensive system of dock-yards and facilities for ship- 
building. The name of Chatham has since been changed to 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 221 

Portland, for its extensive free-stone quarries. This name is 
derived from an English town, celebrated for its excellent 
building stone and the well known Portland cement. Wil- 
liam Estabrook married Sarah, widow of James McCleve, 
and daughter of Jonas Wright, at her father's house in Mid- 
dletown; Conn., January, 1797, and moved to Middle Had- 
dam, not far from the ship-yard, and afterward moved to 
Middletown, Conn., and thence to Tarry town, Red Hook and 
Lansingburgh, N. Y. His widow in 181 2 married Frederick 
Schaefer and lived at Eansingburgh, N. Y., where two 
daughters were born : Catharine, born Dec. 19, 1803 ; mar- 
ried William C. White, April u, 1837 ; and Mary, born 1816 ; 
married (1st), Oct. 28, 1843, Abraham Phillips ; (2d), Evan 
Williams. 

After the death of Frederick Schaefer, about 1820, she 
moved to Oswego, to live with her son, William Estabrook, 
and spent the rest of her life as a member of his family. She 
died at Newark, N. J., February 11, 1848. She had three 
brothers, Sandford, William and Joseph, and two sisters, 
Rhoda, who married a Clark, and Betsey, who married a 
Eandon, who in 1868 was living with her son Frederick, at 
Kalamazoo, Mich. For children see 2-5. 



SECOND GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF WM. AND SARAH {Wright) ESTABROOK. (1). 

2. William, born at Middle Haddam, Conn., Nov. 27, 
1797. Being deprived of a father's care in very early life, 
he and his brothers, John and Thomas were apprenticed to 
parties in Rhinebeck, who supposing ' ' Esta " to be a mid- 
dle name, taught them to write their names William E., 
John E., and Thomas E. Brooks. This continued until 
about 1840 when all the members of the family resumed the, 
original name of Estabrook, except John's two sons, Fletcher, 
and John S. Having completed his apprenticeship he moved 



222 SECOND GENERATION. 

to Oswego about 1819 and in June, 1822, married Laura, 
daughter of John and Esther (Davis) Gray, of Redding, 
Conn. In 1823 he moved to Rochester and afterwards to 
Rhinebeck, N. Y. , where he engaged in the shoe business. 
In 1828 he moved to Cherry street, New York, opposite the 
Brooklyn navy yard, where he lived when the steam ship 
Fulton was blown up. In the fall of 1829, he moved to 
Hyde Park and was living near the dry dock when Dr. Nott's 
steamer, Novelty, was launched. Soon after this he was em- 
ployed by Elisha Hale at Hyde Park in the manufacture of 
Hale's rotary pumps, moved with Mr. Hale to Newburgh, 
N. Y., in 1835, and from there in 1844 to Newark, N. J., 
where he became Mr. Hale's successor in business, but meet- 
ing with a severe loss by fire he abandoned that business and 
afterwards engaged in other enterprises, and died at Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., July 13, 1884, and was buried at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. John and Esther (Davis) Gray had Sarah, born 1791, 
who married Orin Boughton and had six children, Daniel, 
Joel, William, Eli, John, and Fanny. Eaura, born 1794. 
Joel, born 1795, died Jan. 26, 1864; married Delia Meeker, 
who was born 1799, died June 3, 1844, leaving one daugh- 
ter, Eleanor, who married Frederick Read, of Redding, 
Conn. After the death of his wife, Delia, he married Mar- 
tha Meeker, who was born 1793. Died Dec. 3, 1873. Julia, 
born 1797, died April 9. 1839 ; married Thomas Estabrook 
(4). His wife, Eaura, born April 24, 1794, died at Newark, 
N. J., Dec. 24, 1847, and he married (2d) Hester (Wyman) 
Taft, June 6, 1849. She died May 21, 1866, leaving two 
children, twins, born Dec. 11, 1851. He married (3d) Phebe 
A. (Nichols) Homan, March 3, 1869, who survives him. 
No children by this marriage. 

Eaura (Gray) Estabrook's father, John Gray, was born at 
Redding, Conn., in 1771 ; died at Newburgh, N. Y., while 
on a visit to his daughter, March 1, 1845. Her mother, Es- 
ther (Davis) Gray, daughter of John and Eunice Davis, was 
born at Redding, Conn., 1772, and died April 23, 1844. F° r 
William's children see 6-15. 



EST A BROOK GENEALOGY. 223 

3. John, born at Middletown, Conn., in 1800. Removed 
in very early life to Rhinebeck, N. Y. Was a cabinet maker 
by trade. He married in 1822, Orpha M. Buckbee of Chat- 
ham, N. Y. Removed to New York city in 1827, and opened 
a bookstore at 422 Broadway, afterwards kept the East River 
Garden, a popular place of resort opposite the Brooklyn Navy 
Yard. Moved to Rochester, and was drowned in the Gene- 
see river, June 19, 1831. Was buried in Carthage, near 
where his body was found. His widow died at Rochester, 
N. Y., Oct. 27, 1861, and was buried at Mount Hope. For 
children see 16-18. 

4. Thomas, born at Red Hook, N. Y., in 1802. Was a 
blacksmith by trade. Married in 1825, Julia, daughter of 
John and Esther (Davis) Gray, and sister of his brother 
William's wife, and she died April 9, 1839, and in 1844, he 
married (2d) Eunice Fisk. Moved to Clinton, N. Y., and 
from there to Hyde Park, and afterwards to Newburgh, N. 
Y., where he remained until 1849, when being attracted by 
the gold excitement, he removed to California. After living 
there ten years he returned and died suddenly, November 
28, 1859, at the residence of his daughter Esther A. Webb, 
in Wilton, Conn., two days after reaching there. His widow 
Eunice, married a Greaves, and when last heard from was 
living at Sandwich, 111. For children see 19-22. 

5. Helen, born 1804 ; died 1816. 



THIRD GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND LAURA {Gray) ESTABROOK. (2) 

6. Charles, born at Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 18, 1823. 
Moved with his parents in 1835, to Newburgh, N. Y., where 
he still resides. Was clerk for Armstrong & Austin, Pough- 
keepsie, in 1838, and afterwards for other parties in New- 
burgh. Was teacher in Newburgh High School two or 
three years, and was then employed a short time by A. W. 



224 THIRD GENERATION. 

Hale, at Newark, N. J. He then returned to Newburgh, 
and was in the office of Wardrop Smith & Co.'s freighting 
establishment, as book-keeper and cashier from 1848 to i860, 
when he became the proprietor of a bookstore in Newburgh, 
and continued in that business about fifteen years. In 1877, 
was appointed City Librarian, and since that time has had 
charge of the Newburgh Free Library. He married Susan 
E., daughter of Moses and Eydia (Sands) Marshall, Nov. 
23, 1848. For children see 23-26. 

7. Helen M., was born at Rhinebeck, N. Y., Dec. 19, 
1825. Moved with her parents from Hyde Park to New- 
burgh in 1835, and from there in 1845, to Newark, N. J., 
where she married Matthias, son of Matthias and Jemima 
(Harrison) Smith, Sept. 6, 1848, and removed to Jersey City, 
where she died Aug. 24, 1880, and was buried in Mont Clair 
cemetery, near Orange, N. J. For children see 27-34. 

8. J. Martin, born at Rhinebeck. N. Y., May 20, 1828. 
Was a manufacturer of picture frames in Newark, N. J., for 
some years, removed to Jersey City, where he was employed 
as an upholsterer. Enlisted in the Second New York regi- 
ment in 1 86 1, and served until the close of the war. Was 
twice wounded. One of these wounds was in the arm, and 
of such a nature that the rifle ball could not be safely re- 
moved, and as a result he was stricken with paralysis, in 1877, 
and died in New York, June 8, 1879, and was buried in Ever- 
green cemetery, Williamsburgh, L,. I. He married Maria E. 
Seybolt. His widow died in New York, October 27, 1884, 
and was buried in the grave of her husband, agreeable to her 
request. They left no children. 

9. Sarah Jane, born at Hyde Park, June 24, 1830. Moved 
with her parents to Newburgh, N. Y., in 1835, and from 
there in 1845, to Newark, N. J. After her father's second 
marriage she removed to Jersey City and became a member 
of her sister Helen's family. She removed to Newburgh 
and boarded with her brother Charles a few years, and then 
returned to Jersey City, where she married C. Perry, son of 
Thomas J. and Thirza Stevens, "April 16, 1885, arid ■where' 
she still resides. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 225 

,10. William Augustin, born at Hyde Park, N. Y., March 
I7> 1833. Spent most of his adult life at Newburgh, N. Y. 
Is an engineer and machinist. He married Hannah M., 
• daughter of Bailey and Elizabeth Gardner. Removed to 
Patterson, N. J., in April, 1885, where he was engaged in 
business with his elder son, Bailey G., until 1887, when he 
removed to Newark, N. J., where he now resides. For chil- 
dren see 35-37. 

11. Horatio J., born at Hyde Park, April 1, 1835. Spent 
the most of his life in -Newburgh, N. Y. , where he was at 
one time engaged in the upholstery business with his younger 
brother, Sandford, and afterwards in the book trade with his 
elder brother, Charles, and while there, Aug. 14, 1862, he 
enlisted, with his brother Sandford, in Co. G, 124th regiment, 
Col. A. Van Horn Ellis. This company was recruited by 
Isaac Nicoll, of Blooming Grove, who was selected as its 
captain. He was assisted in recruiting by James O. Denni- 
son and F. F. Wood, of Blooming Grove, and David Gibb, 
of Newburgh. It was often spoken of as the praying com- 
pany. About fifty of its members were from Blooming 
Grove, fifteen from Newburgh, and the balance from New 
Windsor, Monroe and Chester. Horatio served until the 
close of the war. He was wounded May 3, 1863, at the bat- 
tle of Chancellorsville, and taken prisoner with his brother 
Sandford, but being wounded and unable to walk as rapidly 
as his captors desired, he was sent into the Union lines. At 
the-clo.se of the war he returned to Newburgh and soon 
after, opened a store on South steeet, where he remained 
until the spring of 1872, when he removed to Jersey City, N. 
J.,. .where he now resides. He married Sarah Elizabeth, 
daughter of Daniel Tompkins and Elizabeth Blake, Sept, 1 1 , 
1 86 1. For children see 38-45. 

12. Sandford T., born at Newburgh, N. Y., June 16, 1837, 
•where . he- spent most of his life. In Dec, 1857, he com- 
menced the upholstery business, but afterward sold out, and 
Aug. 14, .1862, enlisted with his brother, Horatio J., in Com- 
pany G, 124th Regiment, N. Y. Vols. He was taken pris- 



226 THIRD GENERATION. 

oner May 3, 1863, and exchanged Sept. 30, 1863. Was 
wounded at the battle of the Wilderness, May 6, 1864, by a 
rifle ball entering his head which remained there until it 
caused his death at David's Island Aug. 12, 1864. He was 
buried in St. George's Cemetery, Newburgh, N. Y. Was 
unmarried. Col. Charles H. Weygant, the last commander 
of the 124th, Regiment, speaking of the battle of Chancel- 
lorsville in an address delivered July 22, 1877, made the fol- 
lowing reference to Sanford T. and his brother, Horatio J. : 
' ' When at length the order to fall back was given all our 
able-bodied men save one, moved rapidly off towards a place 
of safety, followed by a terrific shower of bullets, shot and 
shell. Among the wounded left upon the lines where we 
stood lay the bleeding form of Sergeant Horatio J. Esta- 
brook, and when we began to retire, his brother, Corporal 
Sandford T. , instead of hastening back with the rest, out of 
the range of the death dealing messengers rushed to the side 
of the suffering sergeant resolved to save him if he could, 
and if not, to die by his side or go with him to the dreaded 
rebel prison pen. On hastening from the field, several who 
looked back toward the scene of our bloody contest saw one 
of the grandest sights ever witnessed. There amid falling 
shell and fire and smoke, loomed up the forms of these two 
brothers, the one carrying the other on his back. But the 
foe closed upon them and they were both captured. The 
wounded one was sent back into our lines, but the able- 
bodied one was sent into prison. But a year later at the 
opening of the Wilderness campaign, Sandford T. Estabrook 
having been exchanged was again with us and in the very 
first of the long series of bloody battles was shot in the 
head, which wound three months after caused his death. 
13. Samuel W., born Jan. 4, 1840 ; died March 22, 1848. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND HESTER (Taft) ESTABROOK. 

(2). 

14. Albert ; married Maggie Matthews, Feb. 7, 1872. 
For children see 46-47. 

15. Emma ; who died unmarried, March 22, 1877. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 227 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ORPHA {Buckbee) ESTABROOK. (3). 

16. Fletcher, born in Rhinebeck, Nov. 18, 1823. He was 
a music teacher most of his life, having very early developed 
musical talents and was the author of "Brook's Musical 
Method." He married Elizabeth, daughter of John Diech- 
man of Mount Bethel, Pa., in 1847, and died at Port Byron, 
111., in Sept., 1854. For child see 48. 

17. Frances A., born in New York city, June 28, 1828 ; 
resides in Brooktyn with her brother, John S., in whose fam- 
ily she has spent most of her adult life. She is unmarried. 

18. John S., born in New York City, May 1, 1830. Has 
been in the hardware trade most of his business life, and is 
also an inventor, having secured twenty -nine patents mostly 
relating to the stove trade. He lives in Brooklyn, N. Y. , 
but is an old resident of Rochester, N. Y. , where he married 
Mary E. Wadsworth, Sept. 10, 1851. They have no chil- 
dren, but in 1875 adopted his wife's nephew, Clarence, infant 
son of William and Clara Wadsworth. John still retains the 
name of Brooks, as did his brother, Fletcher. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND JULIA {Gray) ESTABROOK:. (4). 

19. Esther A., born at Hyde Park, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1828, 
lived for some years in Newburgh, N. Y., but afterwards 
removed to Wilton, Conn., where she married about 1855, 
Frederick, son of Epenetus and Clara (Bouton) Webb. She 
died Aug. 7, 1865. For children see 49-51. 

20. John D., born at Hyde Park, N. Y., Jan. 1831 ; lived 
a few years in Newburgh, and in 1849 accompanied his father 
to California. He enlisted in 1862 as a drummer in Co. H, 
5th Regiment, California Vol., Col. George W. Bowie, but 
soon after a regimental band was organized, and he was 
transferred from Co. H, and made a member of the band. 
He was honorably discharged at the close of the war, but re- 
enlisted in Feb. 1865, for one year, in the First Veteran In- 

15 



228 FOURTH GENERATION. 

fantry Band, California Vol., their headquarters being at Fort 
Union, N. M. He has not been heard from in a number of 
years and is probably . dead. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND EUNICE (Fisk) ESTABROOK. (4) 

21. Julia ; died young. 

22. Francis ; supposed to be living in 1885. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND SUSAN E. {Marshall) ESTA- 
BROOK. (6). 

23. Annie, born April 27, 1856, died Jan. 15, i860. 

24. Frank E., born July 10, 1859. 

25. Lillie O., born Aug. 22, 1865. 

26. Hattie C, born June r6, 1868. 
And four others that died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF MATTHIAS AND HELEN M. {Estabrook) SMITH. 

(7). 

27. Laura J., born Sept. 2, 1849. 

28. Melancthon W., born July 28, 1851 ; married Mary 
A. , daughter of George and Margaret (Paton) Dunn. For 
children see 52-55. 

29. Charles E., born Oct. 7, 1853. 

30. Robert E., born May 1, 1856; married Mary W. 
Wortendyke, daughter of Henry Vroom and Abigail Ten 
Eyck (Tunison) Hoagland. For children see 56-57. 

31. George S., born Aug. 5, 1858. 

32. Marcus M., born May 27, 1861. 

33. William M., born Sept. 23, 1863. 

34. Sandford E., born June 19; 1867. 



E STAB ROOK GENEALOGY. 229 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM A. AND HANNAH M. {Gardner) ESTA- 
BROOK. (10). 

35. Bailey G., born May 1, 1861 ; married Josephine 
Eliza Devine, daughter of James S. and Cornelia A. Waltch. 
For child see 58. 

36. William, born Oct. 6, 1863 ; married Catharine, Ryan. 
For children see 59-60. 

37. Elmira G., born March 4, 1866 ; died Aug. 18, 1867. 



CHILDREN OF HORATIO J. AND SARAH E. (Blake) ESTA- 
BROOK. (n). 

38. Clarence N., born Nov. 16, 1862 ; died July 29, 
1865. 

39. Minnie A., born Feb. 24, 1866. 

40. Edwin Phinney, born Feb. 24, 1866 ; married Feb. 
22, 1888, Jane Eleanor, daughter of James E. and Mary Jane 
(Van Valkenberg) Phinney. 

41. Augustin L., born Aug. 22, 1872. 

42. Herbert G., born April 27, 1875; died July 3, 1875. 

43. Harry A., born Sept. 12, 1876. 

44. Helen E., born Nov. 26, 1878. 

45. William C, born Jan. 4, 1862 ; died Jan. 26, 1882. 



CHILDREN OF ALBERT AND MAGGIE (Matthews) ESTA- 
BROOK. (14). 

46. William D., born Sept. 11, 1873. 

47. Edward R., born Sept. 25, 1876. 



CHILD OF FLETCHER AND ELIZABETH (Diechman) ESTA- 
BROOK. (16). 

48. Virginia, born Feb. 27, 1847 ; married F. C. Will- 
iams, of Arlington, N. J., where she now resides. For chil- 
dren see 61-62. 



230 FIFTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF FREDERICK AND ESTHER A. {Estabrook) 
WEBB. (19). 

49. Julia T., born Feb. 16, 1857. 

50. Helen S., born Oct. 20, 1858. 

51. Charles T., born June 29, i860. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF MELANCTHON W. AND MARY A. [Dunn) 
SMITH. (28). 

52. Charles W., born Aug. 18, 1881. 

53. Cora D., born July 25, 1883. 

54. Howard M., born Aug. n, 1885. 

55. Florence P., born Nov. 4, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF ROBERT E. AND MARY W. {Hoagland) SMITH. 

(30). 

56. Helen E., born Oct. 25, 1882. 

57. Robert E., born Oct. 19, 1885. 



CHILD OF BAILEY G, AND JOSEPHINE E. ( WaltcK) ESTA- 
BROOK. (35). 

58. Frances C. S. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND CATHARINE {Ryan) ESTA- 
BROOK. (36). 

59. William M., born Oct. 17, 1884. 

60. J. Edward, born Nov. 13, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF F. C. AND VIRGINIA {Estabrook) WILLIAMS 

(48). 

61. Florence, born July 28, 1878. 

62. Frederick Edward, born Sept. 24, 1880. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN ESTABROOK. 



i. John Estabrook, probably born at Brattleboro, Vt. ; 

married Belinda •. He died at Bartonsville, Vt., Aug. 

25, 1865, aged 80. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND BELINDA ESTABROOK. (1.) 

2. John Hubbard, born Aug. 20, 1809, in Windham Co., 
Vt. ; went to New York City about 1832 ; married June 15, 
1836, Mary Ann, daughter of Peter and Hester Fisher, of 
New York City. He was in the kindling wood business for 
many years in New York at 28th St. and First Ave. Of 
late years he has been with the Third Ave. R. R. as a veter- 
inary surgeon, which he has practiced through life. In his 
early life he drove a mail coach out of Brattleboro, Vt. 
For children see 8-13. 

3. Luthera, born Aug. 1, 181 1 ; married Daniel Litch- 
field, of Springfield, Vt. ; resides at Brownington, Vt. Has 
six children, Alfred, Hubbard, William, John, Luthera and 
Ella. 

4. Lucius H., born Oct. 10, 1813 ; married (1st) Nancy 
Jane, daughter of Robert Finley, at Acworth, N. H. She 
died, and he married (2d) Caroline Willard, of Grafton, Vt. 
He died Oct. 24, 1884, and Caroline married May 17, 1887, 
Reuben Ellis, of Sutton, Vt., where she now resides. Mr. 
Ellis died in 1887. For children see 14-16. 

5. Theron W., born March 23, 1822 ; married (1st) Sarah 
Jane Wakefield, Rockingham, Vt. She died in the west, 
and he married (2d) Harriet Earl, of Saxton River, Vt. He 
was in the west years ago, but returned, and resides at Bel- 
lows Falls, Vt. He is employed by a railroad in New 
Hampshire. Had son and daughter by first wife. 



232 ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 

6. Belinda, born Aug. 3, 1820; married (1st) Orvel Doan, 
and (2d) John Taylor, who was afterwards a soldier and was 
shot while in a tree, on duty as a sharp shooter, and died in 
Bellevue Hospital, New York City. He is buried in Bar- 
tonsville, Vt. 

7. Sarah, born June 26, 1826 ; married (1st) Joseph Tay- 
lor, and (2d) Benjamin S. Works. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN HUBBARD AND MARY A. {Fisher) ESTA- 
BROOK. (2.) 

8. Peter Lucius, born July 14, 1839, in New York ; mar- 
ried March 4, 1862, Kate B. Tison. For children see 17-22. 

9. John Ward, born Sept. 21, 1843, in New York; died 
Feb. 2i, 1845. 

10. Mary Hester, born Sept. 21, 1843; died Sept. 19, 
1844. 

11. Charles Henry, born Dec. 8, 1846; died Dec. 29, 

1847. 

12. William Theron, born Dec. 19, 1850; married Nov. 
12, 1873, Mary Douisa, daughter of Albert and Deborah 
Baldwin, of New York City. The Baldwins are related to 
ex-President Colfax. His wife died Jan. 21, 1883, in New 
York ; buried in Trinity Cemetery. He married (2d) Oct. 
14, 1886, in New York, Cornelia, daughter of the late Jonas 
and Cornelia Sparks of New York. Jonas Sparks was for 
many years in the kindling wood business in Vesey street. 
Wm. T. is superintendent in a moulding and planing mill, 
by trade a carpenter and builder. Resides 825 Fast 145th 
St., New York City. For children see 23-26. 

13. Gertrude Belinda, born May 13, 1854 ; married Au- 
gustus Smart, born in England, May 6, 1848, came to this 
country in Sept., 1848 ; he is a millwright. 



CHILDREN OF LUCIUS H. AND NANCY JANE (Finley) ESTA- 
BROOK. (4.) 

14. Harriet A., married Simon M. Albee, of Rocking- 
ham, Vt., who had four children. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 233 

CHILDREN OF LUCIUS H. AND CAROLINE ( Willard) ESTA- 
BROOK. (4.) 

15. Mary Jane, born Feb. 16, 1852 ; died in Melford, 
Mass., of diphtheria, May 11, 1876. 

16. Eddie Lucius, born Jan. 12, 1854; died Nov. 22, 
1869, of diphtheria, in Rockingham, Vt. 



CHILDREN OF PETER L. AND KATE B. (Tison) ESTABROOK. 

(8.) 

17. Ida, born Nov. 28, 1863. 

18. Anna, born Jan. 6, 1866. 

19. Minnie, born Feb. 19, 1868. 

20. John Wesley, born May 30, 1871 ; died Jan. 23, 1872. 

21. Joseph Harrison, born Sept. 6, 1873 ; died Sept. 6, 

1873- 

22. Jennie, born March 26, 1877. 

(All born in New York City, and both boys buried in 
Trinity Cemetery, New York.) 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM T. AND MARY L. {Baldwin) ESTA- 
BROOK. (12.) 

(All born in New York City.) 

23. Milton Colfax, born Aug. 14, 1874; died June 22, 
1877 ; buried in Trinity Cemetery, New York. 

24. Florence Ethel, born July 31, 1876. 

25. Alice Maud, born May 21, 1878. 

26. Robert Ernest, born May 9, 1880. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN ESTERBROOK. 



FIRST GENERATION. 



The Esterbrooks came originally from Dartmoor, in Devon, 
England. They were probably Flemings and were driven 
out of Holland in the sixteenth century by religious perse- 
cution. There are two types : the brown-eyed and the gray- 
eyed. This family belongs to the gray-eyed type. They 
have always been renowned for courage and adventure. 
They were miners and tin-streamers in Cornwall. 

i. John Esterbrook, born in the county of Cornwall,' 

England, about 1732 ; married John. He died in the 

early part of this century, and was buried in the Friend cem- 
etery at Halbathick near Eiskeard, Eng. She died in 1819 
and was buried in same cemetery. 



SECOND GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND {John) ESTERBROOK. (1) 

2. Elizabeth, born 17 — ; married Samuel Dawe ; she died 
about 1830 at Biscovey near St. Austell, county of Cornwall, 
Eng. For child see 7. 

3. Jane, born 17 — ; married- John Botterell, at Eiskeard, 
Eng. ; she died at Eiskeard many years ago. For child see 8. 

4. Richard, born at Woodhill, in the parish of Eiskeard, 
county of Cornwall, Eng., in 1780; married Anna Olver. 
He died at Eiskeard in 1846, and was buried in the Friend 
cemetery at Halbathick. At his funeral one of the ministers 
said: " A great man has fallen this day in Israel." For chil- 
dren see 9-10. 



ESTERBROOK GENEALOGY. 235 

5. Thomas, born at Woodhill, in the parish of Liskeard, 
Cornwall, Eng., on the 24th of April, 1782. When quite a 
young man was employed as an assistant engineer in the 
building of the Old London Docks at London, Eng. He 
afterwards went back to the town of Liskeard and carried on 
business as an architect and builder. He married. His wife 
died in 1828, and was buried at Halbathick. In 1832 he came 
to New York city, bringing with him his ten surviving chil- 
dren. He died on Staten Island in 1866. and was buried in 
Greenwood cemetery. For children see 11-20. 

6. Ann, died early in the present century. 



THIRD GENERATION. 



CHILD OF SAMUEL AND ELIZABETH {Esterbrook) DA WE. (2) 

7. Elizabeth, married George Bussell, of Bristol, Eng., 
and came to New York city about 1818. For childreen see 
21-22. 

CHILD OF JOHN AND JANE {Esterbrook) BOTTERELL. (3). 

8. Edmund, went to Montreal, Canada, about 1834; he 
became a Methodist minister and died there some years ago. 
He left a son who now keeps a large fur store in that city. 



CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND ANNA {Olver) ESTERBROOK. 

(4). 
(Born at Liskeard, Eng.) 

9. Martha, married Josiah Bowden of Liskeard, Eng.; 
she died in London, Eng., in 1887, leaving children and 
grandchildren. One of her sons, Charles Bowden, came to 
this country about 1868 and is now living at Camden, N. J. 

10. Richard, born in 1813 ; came to this country about 
1858 and established a steel pen manufactory at Camden, N. 
J., which still flourishes. He is now living at Plainfield, 
N. J. He married Mary Date of Travistock, Eng. For 
children see 23-24. 



236 THIRD GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND ESTERBROOK. (5). 

(All born at Liskeard, Eng. ) 

11. John, born in 1808 ; died in 1834, and was buried in 
the Friends grounds, in Houston St., New York. 

12. Thomas John, born Feb. 24, 181 1, of Quaker origin, 
came to this country in 1831 or 1832 ; he died May 28, 1865, 
and is buried in Evergreen Cemetery. For some time pre- 
vious to his demise, he was engaged in superintending large 
mining interests of his own in East Tennessee ; was married 
to Harriet, daughter of Wm. and Lydia Davy of Norwich, 
Eng., on the 25th of July, 1837, b y A - s - Erancis, of the 
Bedford St. Methodist Church, in the city of New York. 
She was born in the city of Norwich, Eng., March 14, 1818, 
came to this country in 1826, arriving in Boston ; resided in 
Roxbury, then a suburb, now within the city limits ; thence 
to New York city. They moved to Brooklyn in 1848. On 
the breaking out of the rebellion he was driven North, and 
his property taken by the rebels. For children see 25-33. 

13. Richard, born in 1813 ; left New York in 1837, for 
New Orleans, and became one of the most noted and succes- 
ful builders of that city. The rebellion ruined his business 
which never recovered ; he has one daughter, and is still 
living in St. James Parish, Ea. 

14. William P., born in 1815 ; he was a prominent and 
successful builder in the City of New York ; retired from 
business many years ago, and has since that time held sev- 
eral important positions, among which may be named, Super- 
visor of the Town of Eastchester, County of Westchester, 
N. Y. , Trustee of the Village of Mount Vernon, Trustee of 
school district No. 5, and Inspector of Buildings of the City 
of New York, none of which positions were sought by him, 
and the duties of the several positions were discharged by 
him to the satisfaction of the people, greatly to the disgust 
of the politicians who sought to control him. He resigned 
the latter office after four and a half years' service. He was 
the discoverer of the scientific principles by which handrails 
for stairs can be readily constructed, and which are now gen- 



ESTERBROOK GENEALOGY. 237 

erally used, all of which was published in an elaborate work 
many years ago. He was married to Octavia Davy in 1840. 
He is now living in retirement at Rahway, N. J. For chil- 
dren see 34-37. 

15. Joseph, born in 1817; he was a builder, and con- 
structed many large buildings in New York and on Staten 
Island. For children see 38-39. 

16. Mary, born in 1819 ; married and had a daughter. 

17. George, born in 1821 ; was a builder; went to New 
Orleans from New York in 1837 ; became superintendent for 
his brother Richard ; died in 1861, leaving no issue. 

18. James I., born in 1823, was trained also as a builder. 
He served in the engineer corps during the Mexican war ; he 
now resides in Jersey City. For children see 40-41. 

19. Alfred, born in 1825, and died in New York in 1833, 
and was buried in the Friends burying ground on Houston st. 

20. Jane, born in 1828 ; married a Mr. Marlor, and reside 
now in Brooklyn. Have a son, Charles, who is connected 
with an iron business in Chicago. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND ELIZABETH [Dawe) BUSSELL. 

(7)- 

21. Samuel D. 

22. A daughter who married Christopher Wray and re- 
sides in New York City. 

All the others are dead and buried in Friends burial 
ground. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND MARY {Date) ESTERBROOK. 

(10) 

23. Richard, born at Eiskeard, Eng., Dec. 20, 1836 ; mar- 
ried Antoinette, daughter of the late Hon. Abram T. Rose, 
of Bridgehampton, E- L, where they reside at " Tremedden." 
For children see 42-45. 

24. Mary Anna, married Francis Wood. Resides at Plain- 
field, N. J. 



238 FO UR TH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS J. AND HARRIET {Davy) ESTER- 
BROOK. (12). 

25. Martha Eade, born in New York City, Aug. 31, 1838 ; 
married May 19, 1859, to Henry T. Chapman, Jr., a stock 
broker. From his boyhood, he has shown remarkable taste 
in all that pertains to modern art, especially that of' France, 
and he has probably the finest collection of pictures in 
Brooklyn. It is related of him that when he was a young 
clerk he endeavored tp secure $12,000 to invest in a number 
of pictures to be sold in New York, and was laughed at as a 
crank. The fact that the same pictures are to-day valued at 
$100,000 demonstrates the soundness of his taste and the 
shrewdness of his foresight. His gallery on Clinton avenue 
is his entire house, for the walls of every room are covered 
with paintings. French art of existing and. recent schools 
is chiefly represented, but there is a fair showing of old Ital- 
ian masters and early Dutch painters, a few examples of the 
English portrait men, two or three German pictures and 
some work of promising Americans, Wiggins, Bogert, Becker 
and Creifelds having contributed some notable landscape, 
cattle, still life and figure pieces. Of the French artists 
there are Rousseau — and the Rousseaus in this collection are 
surprisingly strong ; Millet, a clear work of that painter rep- 
resenting a peasant woman sewing ; Daubigny, Diaz, Dupre, 
Troyon, Henner — a glorious piece of color — Corot, Vollon 
and Derolle, whose " Close of the Day " is one of the largest 
canvases in the city and one of the most feeling and beauti- 
ful. They reside at 340 Clinton ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. For 
children see 46-50. 

26. Bertha Ellen, born in New York City, Dec. 4, 1841 ; 
unmarried and resides at 156 Fast 56th St., New York City. 

27. Hartt Eade, born in New York City June 15, 1844 ; 
has been employed in the U. S. Custom service for the past 
twenty-five years ; married June 24, 1867, to Betsy, daugh- 
ter of Chas. B. and Ruth Holder, of Bedford, Kings County, 
N. Y., by the Rev. David Moore, of Brooklyn. Reside at 
570 Nostrandave., Brooklyn, N. Y. For children see 51-56. 



ESTERBROOK GENEALOGY. 239 

28. Alfred Davy, born in New York city, Jan. 24, 1846; 
is a carpenter and builder ; is unmarried. 

29. Robert John, born in Brooklyn, March, 1848 ; died. 

30. Edward Benson, born in Brooklyn, May 16, 1851 ; 
occupation is stock brokerage and banking, 'at 70 Broadway, 
New York ; is unmarried. He is a prominent member of 
Fort Greene Council, No. 1048, and that lodge owes its ex- 
istence to his persistent efforts. He was formerly publisher 
of The Candidate, the official paper of .the Royal Arcanum, 
upon which he did excellent service. Resides at 257 Cum- 
berland street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

31. Richard Barker, born in Brooklyn, May 16, 1851 ; is 
unmarried. Employed in the Oriental Bank of New York 
city for the past eighteen years. Resides at 257 Cumberland 
street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

32. Lydia Ella, born Sept. 21, 1854; married Charles B. 
Coxe, of Wilmington, Del., in Brooklyn, June 1, 1876, by 
Rev. Mr. Hodge. Now reside in Washington, D. C. For 
child see 57. 

33. Harriet, born July 22, 1856 ; is unmarried, and resides 
with her mother in Brooklyn, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM P. AND OCTAVIA {Davy) ESTER- 
BROOK. (14). 

34. Emily ; married S. R. Johnson, a lawyer, and have 
four children living. 

35. Sarah, is unmarried. 

36. Grace ; married, 1870, C. B. Coxe, of Wilmington, 
Del.; died in 1872, leaving one daughter, Grace, who lives 
with her grandfather, Wm. P. Esterbrook. 

37. Octavia ; married Wm. H. Johnson, a real estate 
agent, and have one son, named Chester Arthur. 

The other children of Wm. P., died young. 



240 FIFTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND ESTERBROOK. (15). 

38. Joseph, is married ; no children. 

39. Thomas, married his second cousin, Emily, daughter 
of Emily (34) and S. R. Johnson, and have a son named 
after his great grandfather, Wm. P. Esterbrook. 

Two daughters ; one of whom is married and has five 
children ; the other is unmarried. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES I. AND ESTERBROOK. (18) 

40. Charles, is collector of internal revenue for Jersey 
City. 

41. Daughter, died suddenly, Feb. 13, 1888. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND ANTOINETTE {Rose) ESTER- 
BROOK. (23) 

42. Richard, born at Rahway, N. J., in 1865 ; married 
Miss Nichols of Jersey City, N. J. They have a daughter, 
Mildred H. 

43. Jeanette, born in Camden, N. J., in 1867 ; married in 
1890, J. Henry Longmaid of Bannack City, Montana. He 
is a mining expert, and is manager of large gold mining in- 
terests there for an English company. 

44. Rose, born in Rahway, N. J., in 1870. 

45. Frank, born in Jersey City, N. J., in 1872. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY T. AND MARTHA E. {Esterbrook) 
CHAPMAN, Jr. (25). 

46. Henry Esterbrook, born in Brooklyn, Feb. 2, i860 ; 
occupation banker and stock broker ; married Feb. 26, 1884, 
Jennie S., daughter of Charles T. Goodwin, of Brooklyn. 
For children see 58-59. 



ESTERBROOK GENEAL OGY. 24 1 

47. Alfred Bright, born in Brooklyn, April 7, 1862 ; oc- 
cupation woolen goods; married April 11, 1888, Alice Ma- 
son, second daughter of John W. Mason of Brooklyn, by the 
Rev. Chas. Cuthburt Hall of Brooklyn. 

48. Robert Langford, born in Brooklyn, Jan. 26, 1864 ; 
occupation stock broker. 

49. Bertha, born in Brooklyn, Dec. 25, 1866 ; died. 

50. Frederick Arthur, born in Brooklyn, Aug. 10, 1870. 



CHILDREN OF HARTT E. AND BETSEY {Holder) ESTER- 
BROOK. (27) 

51. Harrison Hartt, born in Brooklyn, March 22, 1868 ; 
died Nov. 15, 1868. 

52. Charles Thomas, born April 16, 1870, in Brooklyn. 

53. Eleanor, born Oct. 28, 1872, in Brooklyn. 

54. Howard Davy, born April 16, 1875, in Brooklyn. 

55. Hartt Elliott, born Aug. 18, 1877, in Brooklyn. 

56. Otto Grant, born Jan 22, 1880. 



DAUGHTER OF CHARLES B. AND LYDIA ELLA (Esterbrook) 
COXE. (32). 

57. Jessie, born in Brooklyn, March 9, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY E. AND JENNIE [Goodwin) CHAPMAN. 

58. Emily Gertrude, born Nov. 10, 1884. 

59. Bertha, born April n, 1886. 



DESCENDANTS OF ELIJAH ESTABROOKS. 



FIRST GENERATION. 



i. Elijah Estabrooks, born in Rhode Island; married at 
Haverhill, Mass., Nov. 14, 1750, Mary Hackett. He left 
Haverhill with his family about the close of the French war, 
in which he was a soldier (or in 1763) and went to Halifax, 
N. S. About 1768 we find him with his family at St. John, 
N. B. He was buried at Jemsey, N. B. He married Widow 
Oakes, Dec. 17, 1778, and had Betsey, born Oct. 30, 1779, 
and Hammond, Jan. 29, 1783. 



SECOND GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF ELIJAH AND MARY {Hackett) ESTABROOKS. 

2. Hannah, born at Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 14, 1751. 

3. Mollie, born March 9, 1753. 

4. Sarah, born May 25, 1755 ; died May 30, 1755. 

5. Elijah, born at Haverhill, Mass., May 16, 1756. About 
1763 his father's family moved to Halifax, N. S., and after- 
wards to Horton, N. S., and in 1768 to St. John, N. B., and 
in 1777 settled at Waterbury (now Canning), N. B. He was 
ordained as a Baptist minister, May, 1800, at Waterbury and 
the adjoining settlements, without remuneration from his 
people, until the close of his life. He died Sept. 6, 1825. 
He married Mary Whittemore, who died May 13, 1824. For 
children see 13-25. 

6. Samuel, born Dec. 6, 1757. 

7. Ebenezer, born Aug. 28, 1759 ; married a Miss 
Fletcher ; he married (2d) Charlotte Eounsbury. For chil- 
dren see 26-36. 



ESTABROOKS GENEALOGY. 243 

8. Joseph, born Oct. 2, 1762 ; married Deborah Donald. 
For children see 37-45. 

9. Sarah, born Oct. 10, 1764. 

10. Abijah, born Dec. 28, 1766. 

11. John, born Jan. 22, 1769; married 1793, Catharine 
Ebbett. For children see 46-57. 

12. Deborah, born Aug. 14, 1774. 



THIRD GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF REV. ELIJAH AND MARY ( Whittemore) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (5.) 

13. Hezekiah, born July 18, 1779 ; married Sarah Tur- 
ney. 

14. Mary, born Sept. 8, 1781. 

15. Hannah, born Aug. 15, 1783 ; married Abner Brooks. 
For children see 58-59. 

16. Elijah, born Aug. 15, 1785. 

17. David Hackett, born in Canning, N. B., Jan. 24, 
1787 ; married, 1808, Sarah Purdy (born in Jemsey, N. B., 
March 31, 1791). He died Aug. 16, 1873. His wife died 
May 24, 1874, at Rockland Co., N. B. He was a deacon of 
the Free Christian Baptist Church for over fifty years, and 
gave land for church and cemetery on his farm at Rockland, 
N. B. For children see 60-65. 

18. John, born June 4, 1790; married Mary Coy. For 
children see 66-73. 

19. Samuel, born May 23, 1792. 

20. Phebe, born June 17, 1794; married John Mills. 

21. Gideon, born Aug. 17, 1796 ; married Jerusha Tur- 
ney. He was a clergyman. For children see 74-80. 

22. Joseph, born April 12, 1798 ; married Deborah Dan- 
iels. For children see 81-83. 

23. Charles, born July 7, 1800 ; married Hannah Dee 
Cory (born May 11, 1806), daughter of Thomas and Catha- 

16 



244 THIRD GENERATION. 

rine (Vail) Cory. Her parents came to New Brunswick from 
Rhode Island about the time of the Revolutionary war. He 
died June 27, 1887. She resides at Fredericton, N. B. For 
children see 84-92. 

24. Jarvis, born June 9, 1801 ; married Deborah Gillis. 
He died Aug. 8, 1887. For children see 93-103. 

25. Jesse, born Oct. 8, 1803 ; married Rebecca Hoben. 
For child see 104. 

CHILDREN OF EBENEZER AND {Fletcher) ESTABROOKS. 

(7-) 

26. Stephen P., born 1797 ; married Sept. 1, 1825, his 
cousin, Elizabeth (49), daughter of John Estabrooks. He 
died May 10, 1870. For children see 105-110. 

27. Ebenezer. 

28. Thomas. 

29. David. 

30. Joseph F., married Ann Estabrooks, (50). For chil- 
dren see 111-115. 

31. William Wilmot, married Miss Newcomb. For 
child see 115a. 

32. Maria. 

33. Deborah. 

CHILDREN OF EBENEZER AND CHARLOTTE (Lounsbury) 
ESTABROOKS. (7.) 

34. Ebenezer. 

35. George. 

36. Chipman. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND DEBORAH (Donald) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (8.) 

37. Samuel, married Ann Hayward. For children see 
116-119. 

38. Jane, married Samuel W. Estabrooks. For children 
see 120-123. 

39. Joseph, married Mary Hartt, 

40. Ward H., married Martha Yerza. 



ESTABROOKS GENEALOGY. 245 

41. Lucretia, married Wm. S. Estey, and had six chil- 
dren born in Fredericton, N. B. 

42. Elizabeth, married Enoch Burpee. 

43. Ann, married Rufus Clinch. Had two sons and three 
daughters. 

44. Elijah, married Sarah Burpee. Had three sons and 
three daughters. 

45. Jacob, born Jan. 19, 1807 ; married April 23, 1825, 
Adeline Burpee (born Aug. 15, 1804, died Feb. 9, 1885). 
He resides at Fredericton, N. B. For children see 124-133. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND CATHARINE {Ebbett) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (11.) 

46. Eleanor, born 1794 ; dead. 

47. James, born 1796. 

48. William, born 1798; married Nancy Coy. For chil- 
dren see 134-141. 

49. Elizabeth, born 1800; married Sept. 1, 1825, Stephen 
P. Estabrooks (26). For children see 105-110. 

50. Ann, born 1802 ; married Joseph F. Estabrooks (30). 
For children see 1 11- 115. 

51. Zebedee, born 1804; married Mary Williams. He is 
dead. For children see 142-146. 

52. John, born 1807 ; dead. 

53. Charles, born 1809 ; married Hannah Blakeslee. He 
is dead. For children see 147-150. 

54. Catharine, born 181 1. 

55. George F., born 1814; married Catharine Carpenter. 
For children see 151-160. 

56. Abram J., born 1817 ; dead. 

57. Sarah M., born 1820. 



246 FOURTH GENERATION. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF ABNER AND HANNAH {Estabrooks) BROOKS. 

(IS-) 

58. Elijah. 

59. Emma. 



CHILDREN OF DAVID H. AND SARAH {Purdy) ESTABROOKS. 

(I7-) 
>6o. David Jarvis, born at Fredericton, N. B., Aug. 6, 

1818; married, Nov. 16, 1845, at Rockland, N. B., Millicent 

Peters Nevers (born April 14, 1826, at St. John, N. B.). He 

died at Rockland, May 15, 1848. For child see 161. 

61. Frederic Jotham, born Jan. 4, 1820; married Oct., 
1864, Harriet Howard. No children. Reside in Haverhill, 
Mass. 

62. Mary Jane, born Sept. 20, 1823 ; married Douglass 
Sewell ; reside at Richmond, N. B. Have one child. 

63. N.ehemiah Purdy, born June 26, 1826 ; married Eliza 
Nevers ; reside in Turner, Me. Have six children. 

64. Elizabeth Ann, born Nov. 20, 1830; married Wm. 
Albright. Had one child, which died in St. John, N. B. 

65. Hannah Sarah, born June 30, 1834 ; married Jan. 3, 
1854-7, Melvin Hayward (born Jan. 7, 1830). Resides at 
Ashland, N. B. For children see 162-163. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND MARY {Coy) ESTABROOKS. (18.) 

.6.6. Jane.. 

67. Hannah. 

68. William. 

69. Leveritt. 

70. Amy A. 

71. Elijah. 

72. Theodore, is dead. 

73. Edward, is dead. 



ESTABROOKS GENEALOGY. 247 

CHILDREN OF REV. GIDEON AND JERUSHA (Turney) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (21.) 

74. Albert. 

75. Elizabeth. 

76. Jerusha. 

77. Thomas. 

78. Gideon. 

79. Amy. 

80. Mary. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND DEBORAH (Daniels) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (22.) 

81. Elijah. 

82. Phebe. 

83. Alexander. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND HANNAH LEE (Cory) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (23.) 

84. Caroline, born May 16, 1830; died June 24, 1867; 
married Wm. Ebbett. Removed from Canning soon after 
marriage to Middle Simonds, N. B. For children see 164- 
170. 

85. Margaret P., born Sept. 26, 1832 ; married Wm. Eb- 
bett, and resides at Middle Simonds, N. B. For child see 171. 

86. Adoniram Judson, born Jan. 3, 1835 ; married Cath- 
arine, daughter of Thomas and Catharine Turney, of Bur- 
ton, N. B. For children see 172-173. 

87. Charles, born Nov. 30, 1836 ; died Aug. 12, 1856. 

88. David, born Oct. 16, 1838; died March 12, 1864. 

89. Ed. J. H., born April 16, 1841 ; married in Boston, 
May 3, 1870, Emma R. Jones (born May 24, 1846, at New 
York). He left Canning for Boston, Mass., during the fall 
of 1863. Soon after marriage moved to Newton, Mass., 
where he has since resided. Office 65 Kingston St., Boston, 
Mass. For child see 174. 



248 FOURTH GENERA TION. 

90. Gideon, born Jan. 30, 1845 ; came from Canning, N. 
B., to Boston, Mass. ; now in business at Saginaw, Mich. 

91. Hannah, born July 24, 1847 ; died Oct. 19, 1853. 

92. Alice, born Oct. 12, 1849; died Oct. 5, 1853. 



CHILDREN OF JARVIS AND DEBORAH (Gillis) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (24.) 

93. Elizabeth, married Ambrose Palmer. 

94. Jessie G., is dead. 

95. Jarvis, married Margaret A. Brooks. 

96. Annie, married a Mr. Thompson. 

97. Ruth. 

98. Augusta, is dead. 

99. Mary, married David Brooks. 

100. John Hollon. 

101. Cary. 

102. James. 

103. Hattie. 

CHILD OF JESSE AND REBECCA {Hoben) ESTABROOKS. (25.) 

104. LeBaron, resides at Upper Gagetown, N. B. 



CHILDREN OF STEPHEN P. AND ELIZABETH (Estabrooks) 
ESTABROOKS. (26.) 

105. Stephen U., born 1826; married, 1854, Judith Ann 
Milbury. For children see 175-178. 

106. John F., born 1828; married Margaret B. Akerly. 
For children see 179-186. 

William T., born 1832. 

108. George, born 1836. 

109. Elizabeth J., born 1837 ; married Rev. Theo. Por- 
ter, a Baptist minister. Have seven children living. 

no. Henry A., born 1841 ; married Adella Hoben. For 
children see 187-190. 



ESTABROOKS GENEALOGY. 249 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH F. AND ANN {Estabrooks) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (30.) 



III. 


James. 


112. 


Martha. 


II.V 


Catharine. 


114. 


Henrietta. 


"5- 


Alice. 



CHILD OF WILLIAM W. AND {Newcomb) ESTABROOKS. 

(3i-) 
115a. William Wilmot, born near Woodstock, N. B., 

June 24, 1827. He is a canon of the Protestant Episcopal 
Cathedral at Little Rock, Ark. He ends his name with an 
' 'e' ' instead of an "s. " 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND ANN {Hayward) ESTABROOKS. 

(37-) 

116. Albion Cole, born in Sheffield, N. B., May 12, 1811 ; 

married April 30, 1835, Jane, daughter of Joseph Noble, of 
Brighton, N. B. (born Feb. 9, 1814). May 12, 1847, ne was 
killed by a log rolling or falling upon him. In 1875, she 
was in Rockland, Carlton Co., N. B. For children see 191- 

195- 

117. Levi Handy, born in Sheffield, N. B. ; married May 

n, 1837, Mary Ann, daughter of Joseph Noble (born in 
Brighton, N. B., Sept. 3, 1815). For children see 196-200. 

118. Lucretia. 

119. Louisa. 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL W. AND JANE (Estabrook) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (38.) 

120. Henry A. 

121. Ward H. 

122. Francis. 

123. Mary Jane. 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND ADELINE {Burpee) ESTABROOKS. 

(45-) 
(All except Joseph born in Carleton Co., N. B.) 

124. Lucretia, born July 21, 1826. 

125. Arthur Wellington, born Aug. 5, 1828. 



2 50 FOURTH GENERA TION. 

126. Elizabeth Ann, born Jan. 23, 1831. 

127. Richard Scott, born April 22, 1833. 

128. Handy Chipman, born April 24, 1835 ; died April 
2i, 1867. 

129. Frances Victoria, born Aug. 13, 1837. 

130. William Ludlow, born Feb. 18, 1840. 

131. Hellen Augusta, born July 28, 1842. 

132. Joseph Frederick, born Jan. 30, 1846, at City of 
Fredericton, York Co., N. B. ; married Aug. 21, 1869, Lois 
G. Wende, at Woodstock, N. B. 

133. Adeline Melissa, born Oct. 13, 1849 ; died Jan. 16, 
1871. 

CHILDREN OF WM. AND NANCY {Coy) ESTABROOKS. (48.) 

134. Lydia. 

135. Elizabeth. 

136. Priscilla. 

137. James W. 

138. Sanford. 

139. G. Ludlow. 

140. Leander. 

141. Maretta. 



CHILDREN OF ZEBEDEE AND MARY {Williams) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (51.) 

142. Charles. 

143. James. 

144. Sarah. 

145. Isaac. 

146. Abraham. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND HANNAH {Blakslee) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (53.) 

147. Emma. 

148. Isabella. 
150. George. 



ESTABROOKS GENEALOGY. 251 

CHILDREN OF GEO. F. AND CATHARINE {Carpenter) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (55.) 

151. Melvin. 

152. La. 

153. Birdsil. 

154. Kate. 

155. Haddon. 

156. Jacob. 

157. Henry. 

158. Willet. 

159. Albert. 

160. Eddie. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



CHILD OF JARVIS D. AND MILICENT P. (Nevers) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (60.) 

161. Isabel Eliza, born at Rockland, N. B., June 17, 
1847; married Dec. 24, 1863, at Woodstock, N. B., George 
Rainsford Burtt, merchant, and resides at Hartland, N. B. 
He was born Oct. 18, 1835. For children see 201-206. 



CHILDREN OF MELVIN AND HANNAH S. (Estabrooks) HAY- 
WARD. (65.) 

(Born and reside at Ashland, N. B.) 

162. Orrin P., born Oct. 21, 1856. 

163. Jarvis M., born Oct. 18, 1862. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND CAROLINE (Estabrooks) EB- 
BETT. (84.) 

164. Annie. 

165. Archibald. 

166. Melburn. 

167. Alice. 

168. Margaret. 



252 FIFTH GENERATION. 

169. Caroline. 

170. Frank. 

(All reside at Middle Simonds, Carlton Co., N. B.) 



CHILD OF WILLIAM AND MARGARET P. (Estabrooks) EBBETT. 

(85.) 

171. Emma Lee, born 1877 ; resides at Middle Simonds, 
Carlton Co., N. B. 

CHILDREN OF ADONIRAM J. AND CATHARINE ( Turney) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (86.) 

172. Thomas T., born May 25, 1874 ; resides at Fred- 
ericton, N. B. 

173. Charles G., born May 12, 1877 ; resides at Frederic- 
ton, N. B. 

SON OF ED. J. H. AND EMMA R. (Jones) ESTABROOKS. (89.) 

174. Edward R., born Oct. 10, 1873. 



CHILDREN OF STEPHEN U. AND JUDITH A. (Milbury) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (105.) 

175. Theodore. 

176. Ida. 

177. Emma. 

178. Willie. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN F. AND MARGARET B. (Akerly) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (106.) 

179. Abram. 

180. Bessie. 

181. Anabel. 

182. William. 

183. Frederic. 

184. Harry. 

185. Maggie. 

186. Ralph. 



ESTABROOKS GENEALOGY. 253 

CHILDREN OP HENRY A. AND ADELLA (Hoben) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (no.) 

187. Stephen P. 

188. Bessie. 

189. Frank. 

190. Ashley. 



CHILDREN OF ALBIN C. AND JANE [Noble) ESTABROOKS. 

(116.) 
(All born in Brighton, N. B.) 

191. Samuel Noble, born March 5, 1836. 

192. Shephard Handy, born Dec. 3, 1838. 

193. Lucretia Ann, born Oct. 4, 1840. 

194. Albin Wallace, born Oct. 15, 1842. 

195. Enoch Barker, born Feb. 2, 1845. 



CHILDREN OF LEVI H. AND MARY A. (Noble) ESTABROOKS. 

("7.) 
(All born in Brighton, N. B.) 

196. Elmira Ann, born Aug. 3, 1838 ; died April 26, 1842. 

197. Joseph Handy, born May 10, 1842. 

198. Caroline Amelia, born Dec. 16, 1845. 

199. Alethia Jane, born March 17, 1848. 

200. Louisa Letticia, born Nov. 17, 1851. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE R. AND ISABEL E. (Estabrook) BURTT. 

(161.) 

201. Jarvis Charles Byron, born at Hartland, N. B., 
Sept. 27, 1864 ; died Christmas night, 1887. 

202. George Fred Estabrook, born Dec. 2, 1867. 

203. Frank Arthur William, born July 22, 1872. 

204. Laura Myrtle, born Jan. 27, 1870. 

205. Bessie May, born April 2, 1874. 

206. Melicent Nevers, born Dec. 4, 1877. 



DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS EASTER- 
BROOKS. 



FIRST GENERATION. 



' i. Thomas Easterbrooks was one of those who freely 
signed the agreement made between Mr. Willett and the 
church in Swansey, Feb. 12, 1669, on admission as an in- 
habitant. He married Sarah . He is buried in Kick- 

amuit cemetery, Warren, R. I., and on his tombstone is the 
following : ' ' Here Lyeth the body of Thomas Easterbrooks, 
aged about 84 year (64 or 84), deceased April 11, 17 13." 
For children see 2-4. 



SECOND GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND SARAH ( -) EASTERBROOKS. 

(All born at Warren, R. I.) 

* 2. John, born in 1669 ; married Mahitable ; died 

April 26, 1728. For children see 5-7. 

3. Thomas, born in 1671 ; married Joanna, daughter of 
John Woodcock, of Rehoboth, Mass. ; died Sept. 27, 1724; 
buried at Warren. She died July 3, 1746. In 1719 the town 
of Swansey bought forty acres of land of him to enlarge the 
burying ground at Kickamuit in Warren, R. I. For chil- 
dren see 8-13. 

4. Elizabeth, born in 1673, (Dec. 19.) 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 255 

THIRD GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND MAHITABLE ( ) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (2.) 

-5. Robert, married June 15, 1727, Sarah, daughter of 
elder Samuel and Sarah Euther, of Warren, R. I. (born Dec. 
25, 1707). For children see 26-31. 

6. Mary, died Nov. 4, 1727, in her 24th year. 
/ 7. William, married Patience. His will was probated at 
Warren, R. I., May 9, 1771. For children see 18-25. 

8. John, died at Warren, R. I., March 23, 1735, in his 
17th year. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND JOANNA {Woodcock) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (3.) 

(All born at Warren, R. I.) 

9. Thomas, probably married Aug. 18, 1753, Patience 
Childs. 

9a. Lois, died March 23, 1757. 

10. William, married Nov. 1, 1747, at Swansey, Mass., 
Abigail Martin. On first Monday in Feb., 1753, she was 
appointed administratrix of his estate at Warren, R. I. For 
children see 32-34. 

11. John, married Abigail Abel, of Rehoboth, Mass., 
Nov. 5, 1747. For children see 35-41. 

12. Benjamin, married (1st) Joanna , who died Sept. 

7, 1754; (2d) Sarah Hill, Jan. 5, 1756. For children see 
42-50. 

13. Charles, born in Swansea, Mass., Jan. 20, 1710 ; mar- 
ried Amy Burrough, of Newport, R. I. He died March 8, 
1799. For child see 51. 

14. Nathaniel, married Sarah Drake. For children see 

52-56- 



256 FOURTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JO^N AND FRANCES EASTERBROOKS. 
(Born in Warren, R. I.) 

15. Frances, born April 9, 1753 ; married, Dec. 13, 1770, 
Samuel Nash, of Abington, Mass. 

16. Sarah, born Aug. 10, 1754 ; probably married, June 
1, 1777, James Vance. 

17. Edward, born June 1, 1756; married, Nov. 11, 1781, 
Deborah Hill. For children see 57-64. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND PATIENCE ( ) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (7-) 

18. John. 

18a. Aaron, died Aug. 8, 1748. 
18b. Patience. 

19. William, probably married, Feb. 18, 1753, Susannah 
Luther. She died April 13, 1796. He died Aug. 12, 1772. 
For children see 65-74. \ 

20. Levi, married, June 19, 1759, Nancy, daughter of 
Nathaniel and Sarah Easterbrooks (55). For child see 75. 

2 1 . Moses, married Abigail - — 3- For children see 76-84. 

22. Peleg, born in Pefpfret 1 , Conn., about 17551 ^m^rried, 
at Patil-WC ' Coun-. , March 6, 1770, Rebecca "Saulsbury.- 
Moved to Orwell, Pa., about 1809 (or 1817), where he died 
in the fall of 1828, and she died in Feb., 1838. He was a 
shipcarpenter. Buried at Orwell, Pa.y For children see 

85-93- 

23. Mary, married Jan. 20, 1762, Barnard Hix. 

24. Elizabeth, married, Aug. 18, 1768, Edward Thurber, 
of Swansea, Mass. 

25. Ann, probably married Aug. 7, 1768, Amos Fisk. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 257 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND SARAH {Luther) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (5.) 

(Born at Warren, R. I.) 

26. Priscilla, born in 1728; died Dec. 24, 1749, in her 
2 2d year ; buried at Warren, R. I. 

27. Robert, married, at Bristol, R. I., March 17, 1757, 
Mrs. Mary West. 

28. Benjamin, born Feb. 4, 1745. 

29. 'Warren, born Aug. 23, 1748 ; married Jan. 18, 1770, 
Rosamond Haile ; moved to Brattleboro, Vt., in 1779, where 
for a short time he worked at the carpenter's trade in the 
then sparsely settled east village, but soon moved to a farm 
in the south-west part of the town. He followed farming 
until he became totally blind, which great affliction he pa- 
tiently bore during the remaining twenty years of his life. 
He was in Revolutionary war, and drew a pension while he 
lived. He died June 29, 1838. His wife died April 26, 
1813, aged 62. For children see 94-100. 

30. Caleb, born May 28, 1751. 

31. Jabez, born March 13, 1760. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND ABIGAIL {Martin) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (10.) 

32. Elizabeth, born June 30, 1748. 

33. Grizel, born at Warren, R. I., Aug. 31, 1751. 

34. Wm., born Nov. 18, 1752. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ABIGAIL {Abel) EASTERBROOKS. 

(11.) 
(All born at Warren, R. I.) 

35. Abel, born Aug. 31, 1748. . 

36. Aaron, born July 15, 1750; moved to Bristol, R. I., 
where he was clerk of the market for many years. He mar- 
ried (1st) May 28, 1775, Deah, daughter of Samuel and Leah 
Liscomb (born Oct. 27, 1757). He married (2d) Thankful 
Davis (born Sept. 22, 1764, and died July 27, 1845). He 



258 FOURTH GENERA TION. 

died at Bristol, R. I., Dec. 26, 1841. For children see 101- 
108. 

36a. Hannah, married John Norris, of Bristol, R. I. (born 
Jan. 31, 1758). For children see io8a-io8c. 

37. Sarah, born Aug. 2, 1752. 

38. John, born Feb. 2, 1755. 

39. Charles, born March 15, 1757. 

40. Joanna, born June 9, 1760. 

41. Abigail, born July 19, 1762. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND JOANNA { ) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (12.) 

42. Harriet, born Nov. 6, 1741 ; married, Oct. 7, 1762, 
Nathan Bo wen. 

43. Thomas, born April 6, 1744 ; married March 12, 1767, 
Lydia Cole. He left Warren, R. I., in 1771, on board a ship 
as captain, and the next day there was a furious storm and 
his ship was supposed to have been wrecked with all on 
board, as no one ever heard of it afterward. His widow 
married, July 17, 1776, her husband's cousin, Nathaniel Es- 
tabrook (54). For children see 109-111. 

44. Rhoda, born March 29, 1748. 

45. Benjamin, born April 5, 1750. 

46. Samuel, born in Rehoboth, Mass., May 4, 1752 ; mar- 
ried (1st) Esther Rounds (born in same place, and who died 
before 18 17) ; he married (2d) Mrs. Lucy Hildreth. He 
probably settled in "Westmoreland, N. H., about 1788, moved 
to Chesterfield, N. H., about 1805, and died about 1820. 
For children see 11 2-1 20. 

47. Patience, born, Sept. 19, 1756 ; died Jan. 14, 1761. 

48. Daniel, born March 1.6, 1758; married at Bristol, R. 
I., July 12, 1783, Abigail, daughter of Thomas and Eliza- 
beth Throop (born March 20, 1760). They resided in War- 
ren, R. I. He sailed for Africa Dec. 1, 1796, and never re- 
turned. For children see 121-128. 

49. Jonathan, born June 14, 1761. 

50. Alexander, born Nov. 23, 1762. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 259 

CHILD OF CHARLES AND AMY {Burroughs) EASTERBROOKS. 

(I3-) 
51. Sally, born at Providence, R. I., Aug. 13, 1766 ; mar- 
ried March 1, 1789, Hon. Wheeler Martin (born in Rehoboth, 
Mass., Aug. 16, 1765). She died March 10, 1831. He died 
at Seekonk, Mass., May 22, 1836. No children. 



CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL AND SARAH {Drake) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (14.) 

52. Anne, born at Warren ; married, Jan. 29, 1756, David 
IyUther. 

53. Oliver, born at Warren, 1741 ; married, Sept. 1, 1765, 
Mary, daughter of Benj . and Mary (Beverly) Cole, at War- 
ren ; she died in 1823. He was a sea captain ; moved to 
Woodstock, Conn., where he died Jan. 24, 1822. For chil- 
dren see 129-135. 

54. Nathaniel, born March 15, 1744-5 ; married, July 17, 
1776, Lydia, widow of Thomas Easterbrooks (43), daughter 
of Benj. and Mary (Beverly) Cole ; she was born Sept. 21, 
1749. For child see 136. 

55. Calvin, born Sept. 21, 1749. 

56. Mercy, married, June 19, 1759, Levi Easterbrooks (20), 
For children see 75~75a. 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD AND DEBORAH {Hill) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (17.) 

(Born at Warren, R. I.) 

57. John, born Jan. 9, 1782. 

58. Polly Hill, born March 4, 1783. 

59. Caleb, born Sept. 5, 1784 ; married, Feb. 26, 1809, 
Parthenia Luther, of Swansea, Mass. He died Aug. 25, 1855. 
For children see 144-152. 

60. James, born Nov. 14, 1786. 

61. Edward, born May 26, 1788. 

62. Barnard, born March 9, 1790. 

63. Lydia, born May 29, 1791. 

64. Nancy, born Dec. 14, 1792. 
17 



260 FIFTH GENERA TION. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF WM. AND SUSANNAH {Luther) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (19.) 

(Born at Warren, R. I.) 

65. Abiel, born Aug. 14, 1753 ; married, Nov. 3, 1774, 
Ruth Miller, of Warren. For children see 153-163. 

66. Martin, born Oct. 30, 1754. 

67. Patience, born July 8, 1756. 

68. Susannah, born Feb. 1, 1758. 

69. Roby, born May 4, 1759; married J. W. Bray ton, of 
Newport, R. I. ; she died Oct. 31, 1843. Had James and 
Luther. 

70. Nellie, born April 27, 1761 ; married a Mr. West, and 
moved to Bristol, R. I., where she died and is buried. 

71. Amos, born March 4, 1763. 

72. Sarah, born March 9, 1765 ; married a Mr. Burden. 

73. William, born Oct. 2, 1768 ; married Miss Cole, of 
Barrington. 

74. Elizabeth, born Jan. 15, 1771 ; married, Feb. 23, 1794, 
Caleb Harding ; she died Feb. 8, 1858. He died Oct. 9, 
1852. For children see 164-171. 



CHILDREN OF LEVI AND MERCY {Easterbrooks) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (20-56.) 

75. James, born Sept. 12, 1759. 

75a. Cramer, born at Warren, R. I , May, 11 1767; mar- 
ried Annie Wood. For child see 172. 



CHILDREN OF MOSES AND ABIGAIL ( ) EASTERBROOKS 

(21O 

76. Levi, married Jane . For children see i73-i73a. 

77. Barnard, born Dec. 6, 1769, in Woodstock, Conn. ; 
married, Nov. 25, 1798, Cynthia Green, of same place. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 261 

Moved to Orwell, Pa., about 1825. He died at South Hill, 
Pa., about July, 1837 (or 1838). She died April 11, 1847, 
in Orwell, Pa. For children see 174-175. 
78. Abigail, born Oct. 6, 1776. 
,79. John, born in Woodstock, Conn., in 1784; married 
Elizabeth Howard. He died in DeKalb Co., 111., March 14, 
1850. She died Nov. 20, 1875, aged 93, 9 mos. and 9 days. 
They moved from Connecticut to Orwell, Pa. , and afterward 
to New York State, then about 1823 again to Pennsylvania, 
and in 1835 they moved to DeKalb Co., Squaw Grove Town- 
ship, 111. For children see 176-184. 

80. Abel, born at Woodstock, Conn., April 17, 1788 ; mar- 
ried Catharine Bisbee, and died in 111. 

81. Cynthia, died in Orwell, Pa. 

82. Lucy. 

83. Eliza, married Mr. Marcy, and died at South Hill, Pa. 

84. Stephen, born at Woodstock, Conn., July 7, 1790. 

CHILDREN OF PELEG AND REBECCA {Saulsbury) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (22.) 

85. Reuben, born Sept. 6, 1769 ; died young. 

86. Abigail, born June 23, 1771. 

87. Levi, born July 17, 1778; was a miller; had two 
daughters ; both dead ; one died in Orwell, Pa. , July 14, 
1879, aged 72. 

88. Jesse, born Jan. 22, 1787, at Warren, R. I. ; married, 
March 31, 1812, Lovina Ferry, in Springfield, Mass. He 
died Dec. 9, 1871, and his wife died Nov. 16, 1873; both 
buried in Stevensville, Bradford Co., Pa. For children see 
185-191. 

89. William S., married in Woodstock, Conn., Wealthy 
Shertlef, and about two years after, moved to Orwell, Pa., 
and lived there until 18 18 or 1820 and then moved to Wysox,, 
Pa. He died Sept., 1825. His widow lived thirty years and 
died in Towanda, Pa. For children see 192-198. 

90. Sarah, born July 8, 1773 ; died unmarried. 



262 FIFTH GENERATION. 

91. Marcus, bom Jan. 27, 1793, in Windham Co., Conn. 
He moved to Orwell, Pa., about 1820; married, July 27, 
1827, Althea Gray, of Susquehanna Co., Pa. ; he died April 
2, 1874 ; she was born July 30, 1800, and died July 7, 1877. 
For children see 199-201. 

92. Patience, born Oct. 23, 1775 ; died young. 

93. Diana, married Eleazer Allis. Daughters, Arietta 
Allis, at South Hill, Pa., and Ordensa, who married Thos. 
Pickering. 



•CHILDREN OF WARREN AND ROSANNAH {Hale) ESTER- 
BROOK. (29.) 

94. James, born in Warren, R. I., in 1775; in 1779, 
moved with his parents to Brattleboro, Vt., with whom he 
lived until he was of age. He married, April, 17, 1799, 
Polly, daughter of Col. Daniel Stewart, and settled on the 
Hadley farm, so-called, near the family homestead. He en- 
tered quite largely into the dairy business for a number of 
years ; and became a conspicuous figure in the local militia, 
with rank of major. He died March 5, 1856. For children 
see 202-213. 

95. Barnard, born at Warren, R. I., March 26, 1792. 
Moved with his parents to Brattleboro, Vt., where he was 
married by Russell Fitch, J. P., July 9, 1 818, to Mercy Glad- 
den (born Jan. 27, 1795, and died Dec. 10, 1867). He died 
Oct. 19, 1872. Resided at Brattleboro, Vt. For children 
see 214-218. 

96. John, married by Samuel Warriner, J. P., July 1, 
1804, to Clarissa Stearns, of Brattleboro, Vt., where he re- 
sided for a time, then moved to Bellville, Jefferson Co., N. Y. 
For children see 219-220. 

97. Robert, married Aug. 23, 1804, Alatha Prouty, by 
Rev. Wm. Wells, at Brattleboro, Vt. Resided near Canan- 
daigua, N. Y., and had a large family. 

98. Sylvester, moved to Susquehanna, Pa., about 1837. 
For children see 221-222. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 263 

99. Benjamin, born in Warren, R. I. ; moved to Brattle- 
boro, Vt., where he married Rebecca Houghton. About 
1 81 2, they moved to Caneadea, N. Y. For children see 223- 
229. 

100. David, died in Vermont about 1820. His widow 
married J. C. Hobart, and died in 1884. For children see 
230-234. 



CHILDREN OF AARON AND LEAH (Liscomb) EASTERBROOKS. 

(36.) 
(Born at Bristol, R. I.) 

101. Abel, married Lydia, daughter of Jeremiah and Pris- 
cilla Ingraham, of Bristol (born 1776 and died Aug. 18, 
1838. For children see 235-241. 

102. Crawford, born Aug. 27, 1787; married, Nov. 11, 
1813, Hannah, daughter of Robert and Hannah Hall, of 
Windham. N. Y. (?) For children see 242-245. 

103. Samuel, born Aug, 21, 1789; married, 1810, Susan 
S., (or " Sukey ") daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Ward- 
well, of Bristol (born April 18, 1791). She was a zealous 
Methodist and a sweet singer. She married (2d) Rouse P. 
Sayer, April 18, 1818, by whom she had five children, and 
died Dec. 3, 1856. Samuel was a mariner, a devoted Method- 
ist, and of a mild and retiring disposition. He died Nov. 2, 
1812. For child see 246. 

104. Hannah, born Aug. 18, 1778 ; married, 1797, Jona- 
than W. Lindsay, and died March 21, 1851. For children 
see 247-257. 

CHILDREN OF AARON AND THANKFUL {Davis) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (36.) 

105. John, born Nov. 25, 1800; married Caroline E., 
daughter of John A. Kault, of Newport, R. I. J. A. Kault 
was a soldier under Lafayette in Revolutionary war. John 
died June 24, 1857, and she died Feb. 19, 1884, aged eighty- 
two years. For children see 258-266. 



264 FIFTH GENERA TION. 

106. Sarah D., born Nov. 5, 1802 ; married John Fuller, 
of New Bedford, Mass. ; she died Nov., 1874. For children 
see 267-271. 

107. Aaron, born April 4, 1804 ; married, Oct. 22, 1837, 
Susan M,, daughter of Deacon Benj. Wyatt. She died Feb. 
5, 1870. He married (2d) March 8, 1871, Eliza R. Bowen, 
of Pawtucket, R. I. He died Dec. 20, 1881. For child see 
272. 

108. Eliza Ann, born July 5, 1806 ; married (1st) April 
28, 1836, James P. Brown, who died Dec. 3, 1854. She mar- 
ried (2d) Deacon G. M. Coit, and died Aug. 19, 1883. For 
children see 273-275. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND HANNAH {Easterbrooks) NORRIS. 

(36a.) 

108a. Sally, born in 1784 ; married Thomas Swan, ship- 
master ; she died March 23, 1861. 

ioSb. Abby, married William Swan. 

108c. Eliza, married (1st) a Mr. Field; (2d) Jonathan 
Easterbrooks (123). 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND LYDIA {Cole) EASTERBROOKS. 

(43-) 
(All born in Warren, R. I.) 

109. Royal, born Oct. 4, 1767 ; married, Feb. 10, 1789, 
Hannah Saulsbury (born 1769) ; he moved to Saratoga Co., 
N. Y., about 1800, and was a wealthy and intelligent farmer, 
and lies buried on the homestead in Greenfield, N. Y. He 
died May 8, 1823. His wife died Sept. 20, 1838, aged 72. 
For children see 276-280. 

no. David, born Oct. 29, 1769; married, Sept. 2, 1792, 
Mercy Jolls, at Warren, R. I. Resided at Woodstock, Conn. 

in. Joanna, born Aug. 18, 1771 ; married March 27, 1791, 
James Bowen, at Warren R. I. ; resided in Washington Co., 
N. Y. ; had a son, Thomas, who married (both dead). 



EASTERB ROOKS GENEALOGY. 265 

' CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND ESTHER (Rounds) ESTABROOKS. 

(46.) 

112. Sally, married a Mr. Skinner, and moved to western 
New York. 

1 13. Polly, married a Mr. Waldo, and moved to western 
New York. 

114. Patience, married in 1817, Isaiah Rounds, of Brook- 
line, Vt. 

115. Sybel, married at Westmoreland, N. H., June 12, 
1790, John Jordan, of Chesterfield, N. H., by Joseph Burt, 
Esq. 

116. Samuel, born in 1784 ; married in 1807, Alice, daugh- 
ter of Stephen Streeter, who died June 28, 1849 ; he resided 
in Westmoreland, N. H., and in Windham and Jamaica, 
Vt., and died in Dighton, Mass., in 1850 or 1851. For chil- 
dren see 281-288. 

117. Nancy, married a Mr. Goff, and moved to western 
ew York. 

118. Hannah, married a Mr. Cutting, and moved to Rhode 
Island. 

119. Betsey, married a Mr. Davis, and moved to Massa- 
chusetts. 

120. Jonathan, married Sally Rounds, of Brookline, Vt., 
and moved to western New York. 



CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND ABIGAIL (Throop) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (48.) 

121. Sally Hill, born April 3, 1784; married (1st) 



Fowler, (2d) John Hay, shipmaster; she died Dec. 9, i860. 

122. Sophronia, born Sept. 4, 1785 ; married (1st) Daniel 

Greer, who died at sea, Nov. 1807 ; she married (2d) 

Tabor, shipmaster; she died Nov. 11, 1841. 

123. Jonathan, born March 1, 1787 ; married (1st) Pa- 
tience Geers ; (2d) Eliza Norris (108c), widow of Field. 

He died 185-. For children see 289-294. 

124. Benjamin Throop, born March 30, 1788 ; died Aug. 
16, 1788. 



266 FIFTH GENERATION. 

125. Benjamin Throop,born July 7, 1789 ; married, Jan. 
12, 1812, Lois Allen, of Norton, Mass. He died Aug., 1871. 
For children see 295-304. 

126. Susan T., (Sukey)born July 4, 1791 ; married Thos. 
Swift, shipmaster ; she died 1887 (?). For children see 305- 

3°7- 

127. George T.,boru June 5, 1794. 

128. Daniel, born May 21, 1797 ; married July 8, 1822, 
Mary W. Sanford, of Bristol, R. I. He died Jan. 14, 1881. 
She died May 7, 1883. For children see 308-315. 



CHILDREN OF OLIVER AND MARY (Cole) EASTERBROOKS. 

(53-) 

129. Calvin, married Mary, (139) daughter of Nathaniel 
(54) and Lydia Fasterbrooks (born Nov. 9, 1784). For chil- 
dren see 316-323. 

130. James, born Oct. 20, 1769 ; married Mary Rugby ; 
moved from Warren, R. I., to Woodstock, Conn. He died 
Jan. 20, 1859 ; his wife survived him four years. For chil- 
dren see 324-332. 

131. Elizabeth, born Aug. 13, 1772; married Capt. 
Thomas Corbin, of Woodstock, Conn , in 1800. He died 
Sept. 25, 1833, aged 62 years, and she died Sept 21. 1833. 
For children see 333-337. 

132. Mary, born at Woodstock, Conn., June 7, 1780; 
never married. 

133. Anna, born May 7, 1785 ; married Marcus Lyon, at 
Woodstock, Nov. 14, 1830. 

134. Lydia, born Jan. 16, 1769, at Warren, R. I. ; mar- 
ried Noah Ledoyt, Dec. 15, 1791, at Woodstock, Conn. 

135. Benjamin, born at Woodstock, Conn., Dec. 8, 1789. 



CHILDREN OP NATHANIEL AND LYDIA (.Cole-Easterbrooks) 
EASTERBROOKS. (54.) 

136. Persis, born at Warren, R. I., Sept. 15, 1777 ; mar- 
ried John Spellman. 

137. Benjamin, born in 1780; died Aug., 1784. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 267 

138. Nathaniel, born 1782 ; died Aug., 1784. 

139. Mary, born Nov. 9, 1784; married, Sept. 1, 1765, 
Calvin Fasterbrooks (129), son of Oliver (53). For children 
see 316-323. 

140. Lydia, born Jan. 24, 1787 ; never married. 

141. Sarah, born May 16, 1789; married, Oct. 13, 1816, 
Seth Lincoln ; removed to Bristol, R. I., where his descend- 
ants reside. For children see 338-341. 

142. Marcy, born Sept. 19, 1791 ; married, Dec. 20, 1812, 
Elijah Cole. 

143. Nathaniel, born Sept. 5, 1797 ; married, Nov. 19, 
1820, Harriet Harding (166). His wife died Nov. 5, 1866, 
in her 68th year. He died Aug. 5, 1830. For child see 342. 



CHILDREN OF CALEB AND PARTHENIA {Luther) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (59.) 

144. Lydia P., born Oct. 27, 1810; died Oct. 29, 1853. 

145. Edward, born Jan. 12, 1813 ; died Dec. 20, 1832. 

146. Nelson G., born Sept. 23, 1816 ; married Susan Gray, 
of Bristol, R. I. ; had three children, all deceased. He died 
Sept. 28, 1846. 

147. John, born July 1, 1819; died July 13, 1852. 

148. Parthenia G., born March 13, 1822 ; married Horace 
Gray, of Providence, R. I. She died Aug. 10, 1853. F° r 
children see 343-344. 

149. Willard D., born Nov. 20, 1824; married Deborah 
Wood, of Swansea, Mass. He died Aug. 30, 1855. For 
children see 345-346. 

150. Fanny L., born Aug. 17, 1827 ; died Aug. 27, 1847. 

151. Mary F., born June 16, 1830; died Oct. 3, 1848. 

152. James E., born Nov. 22, 1832 ; married, March 12, 
1857, Lauretta Gardner. Reside in Swansea, Mass. For 
child see 347. 



268 SIXTH GENERATION. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF ABIEL AND RUTH {Miller) EASTERBROOKS. 

(65.) 
(All born at Warren, R. I.) 

153. William, born July 25, 1775 ; resides at Painted 
Post, N. Y. 

154. Patience Miller, born Oct. 3, 1777 ; married Nicholas 
Rosencrantz, and resided at or near Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

155. Caleb, born June 19, 1780; he is a Baptist minister 
at Russia, Herkimer Co., N. Y. 

156. Martin, born Oct. 16, 1782 ; married Sabrina Swift ; 
lived and died at Herkimer, N. Y, For children see 348- 

356. 

157. Nathan, born Oct. 25, 1784 ; married Susan Swift ; 
resides at Cooperstown, N. Y. 

158. Abiel, married Mary Burt ; resided at Madison, Wis. 
He died July 26, 1891. 

159. Betsy, born Feb. 10, 1787; married Wm. Brickly. 

160. Lydia Adams, born March 26, 1789 ; married Nich- 
olas Walrath. 

161. Mary, married a Mr. VanOrnam ; (2d) married Na- 
dah Hathaway. 

162. Susan, married Joseph Thompson, and lived at So- 
dus Bay, N. Y. 

•163. Robie, married Nicholas Helmer, and resides at St. 
I,awrence, N. Y. 



CHILDREN OF CALEB AND ELIZA {Easterbrooks) HARDING. 

(74.) 

164. James, born Feb. 23, 1795 ; was lost at sea, March 
12, 1819. 

165. Susannah, born Sept. 12, 1797 ; died Aug. 16, 1816. 

166. Harriet, born July 4, 1799; married Nov. 19, 1820, 
Nathaniel Easterbrooks (143). He died Aug. 5, 1830 ; and 
she died Nov. 5, 1866. For child see 342. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 269 

167. Caleb, born July 7, 1801 ; died May 7, 1802. 

168. Ruth, born March 19, 1803 ; married Artemus Smith ; 
died at Nashua, N. H., 1887. 

169. Caleb, born May 5, 1805 ; married, Oct. 7, 1834, 
Betsey Whidden, of Nashua, N. H. He died in 1889. 

170. William, born Sept. 25, 1808 ; married Josephine 
McKay, of Boston ; reside in Warren, R. I. 

171. Elizabeth, born April 30, 1812 ; married Nathaniel 
Fuller, of New Bedford, Mass. ; died March 18, 1886. 



CHILD OF CRAMER AND ANNIE {Wood) EASTERBROOKS- 

(75a-) 
172. Barnabas W., born at "Warren, R. I., June 8, 1810 ; 

married (1st) Jan. 28, 1833, Mary T. Power. He married 
(2d) Sept. 22, 1854, Mary E. Bennett, of Fall River, Mass. 
For children see 357-362. 



CHILDREN OF LEVI AND JANE ( ) EASTERBROOKS. (76.) 

173. George C, born July 25, 1846. 

173a. Ezra Otis, born at Warren, R. I., Nov. 24, 1847; 
married, Nov. 24, 1873, Nora C. Barton. For children see 
363-368. 



CHILDREN OF BARNARD AND CYNTHIA {Green) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (77.) 

174. John G., born in Woodstock, Conn., about 1803 ; 
married, in 1827, Cynthia Eliza, daughter of Nehemiah 
Northrup, of Athenstown, Bradford Co., Pa., where she was 
born June 24, 1810, and died April 2, 1876. In 1834 he sold 
his farm in Orwell, Pa., (where he had moved about 1825) 
took his wife and two boys to her father's, and then he went 
west to Ohio, there peddled for a time, then returned to 
Athens, Pa. , where his wife was, staid a short time and went 
west again and has never been heard from since. He took 



270 SIXTH GENERATION. 

with him considerable money, something over 30 pounds in 
coin, mostly gold. For children see 369-371. 

175. Charles, born at Woodstock, Conn., about 1805; 
died young. 

CHILDREN OP JOHN AND EUZABETH {Howard) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (79.) 

1 176. Elizabeth H., born in Woodstock, Conn., May 29, 
1806 ; married, Dec. 28, 1826, Hiram Knapp, M. D. They 
had a large family. 

177. Bradbury C, born in Providence, R. I., Jan. 22, 
1808; married in Dec, 1831, at Orwell, Pa., Adaline Cla- 
rinda, daughter of John Browning, of Pennsylvania. He 
died of paralysis Sept. 29, 1884. She died in Oregon in 
1857. For children see 372-3S2. 

178. Ebenezer Howard, born April 30, 1809 ; married 
in Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1843, Mary Ann Day; drowned 
at Buffalo, Oct. 7, 1861. 

179. Bathsheba E. Alton, born at Woodstock, Conn., 
Aug. 23, 1811 ; married at Orwell, Pa., March 25, 1831, 
Peter F. Hummil. 

180. Moses Decatur, born at Orwell, Pa., Aug. 7, 1813 ; 
married, Jan. 3, 1839, Mary Wood, who died March 29, 1845 ; 
he married (2d) Elvira Call., who died in Cal. He went to 
Illinois in 1835. He had a stroke of paralysis in the spring 
of 1 888 ; resides at Milledgeville, 111. For children see 382a- 

3 82f. 

181. Mary Eleanor, born Sept. 26, 1815, at Nichols, N. 
Y. ; married, Nov. 20, 1836, in DeKalb Co., 111., Elisha 
Willard. Reside at Newport, R. I. 

182. James Lawrence, born at Nichols, N. Y., Dec. 9, 
1818 ; married in DeKalb Co., 111., Oct. 21, 1847, Elizabeth 
C. Cone (born July 12, 1830, in Oneida Co., N. Y. ), daugh- 
ter of Archibald and Elizabeth (Cunningham) Cone, of 
Scotland. In 1836, he moved to DeKalb Co., 111., a few 
months after his parents had taken up their residence there. 
In 1878, moved with his family to Hinckley, 111., into the 



EASTERB ROOKS GENEALOGY. 271 

residence he had built in 1877. He still owns one hundred 
acres of land in Squaw Grove, 111. , besides valuable property 
in Hinckley. In politics he is a Democrat. For children 
see 3S3-388. 

183. Charlotte A., bom at Nichols, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1821 ; 
married March 20, 1845, Joseph Latham. 

184. Austa Augusta, born at Orwell, Pa., Feb. 19, 1829 ; 
married in DeKalb Co., 111., 18—, Webster Miller. Resides 
at Tillamook, Oregon. 

CHILDREN OF JESSE AND LOVINA {Ferry) EASTABROOKS. 

(88.) 

185. Marcus, died in Springfield, Mass., Dec. 9, 1834 
(unmarried). 

186. Reuben B., born Aug. 8, 1818 ; married Feb. 22, 
1843, Sarah J. Chaffee. In Nov., 1868, he moved from 
Bradford Co., Pa., to Elmira, N. Y., where he resided with 
his daughter, Mrs. Rebecca Smith, at 715 West Water street, 
until his death from pneumonia and heart failure, April 13, 
1890. By trade he was a shoemaker. For children see 389- 

393- 

187. Edward Jesse, born in Orwell, Pa., Feb. 29, 1824; 
married, Oct. 18, 1846, Emeline Potter (born in Bridgewater, 
Pa., July 9, 1823). For children see 394-399. 

188. Edmun, born Feb. 29, 1824; died March 11, 1824. 

189. Rebecca Saulsbury, born Feb. 11, 1815 ; married, 
Sept. 26, 1830, Wm. Carl ; she died Sept. 26, 1856. Resided 
in Wysox Township, Bradford Co., Pa. For children see 
400-406. 

190. Mary N., born Dec. 10, 1821 ; married, Oct. 26, 
1841, Wm. Maynard ; reside at Rome, Pa. 

191. Eliza A., born July 2, 1827 ; married Avery Picket ; 
died in 1883. Resided at Stevensville, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM S. AND WEALTHY {Shertlef) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (89.) 

192. Judson, born in Orwell, Pa., July 31, 1812, where he 
still resides; married Jan. 14, 1836, Lydia E., daughter of 



272 SIXTH GENERATION. 

Win. Robinson, of Orwell, Pa. For children see 407-412. 

193. Andrew Jackson, born in Wysox, Pa., Jan. 3, 1823 ; 
married, July 1, 1844, Mary Pratt, in Prattsville, Pa. Re- 
side at Towanda, Pa. 

194. William W., born in Orwell, Pa. ; married Ann 
Gorham, of LeRaysville, Pa. Had children : Wilford, Mrs. . 
Amelia Elsbwy^f^Wa^erly, ^. Y. , and Avery. & 



Elsbi^^lWa^erly,^. Y., and , 
Sylvanus, born at Orwell, Pa., 



195'. ' Sylvanus, born at Orwell, Pa., Feb. 10, 1818 ; 
married Lucy J. Newbery, at Troy, Pa,. Sept. 23, 1841 ; he 
died at Fhnira, N. Y., July 25, 1881, and she died at River- 
side, Cal., Feb. 22, 1887. For children see 413-414. 

196. Nancy Maria, born in Orwell, Pa., Sept. 27, 1815 ; 
married, March 8, 1838, at LeRaysville, Pa., Wm. F. Cor- 
bin (aged 24). Reside at West Warren, Pa. He died. 
Had son, Wm. 

197. Charlotte, born in Wysox, Pa. ; married Sweet Gard- 
ner. Resides in Luzerne Co., Pa. Had one son, Newland. 

198. Charles, born in Wysox, Pa ; died when eleven 
months old. 



CHILDREN OF MARCUS AND ALTHEA {Gray) EASTABROOKS. 

(9I-) 

199. Nancy, born July 17, 1828. 

200. Hannah, born March 9, 1830. 

201. Lucy, born Dec. 4, 1836. All unmarried and living 
on old homestead in Orwell, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES AND POLLY (Stewart) ESTERBROOK. 

(94.) 

202. Maria, born Sept. 7, 1800; married Ruf us Pratt, at 
Brattleboro, July 3, 1822, by Rev. J. L. Stark ; died Oct. 19, 
1857. For children see 415-420. 

203. Charlotte E., born June 13, 1802 ; married, April 
10, 1825, W. Bullock. For children see 421-422. 

204. Daniel S., born April 17, 1804 ; married Betsy Glad- 
den, May 6, 1832, by Rev. J. L- Stark ; died Sept. 19, 1869. 
Resided at Brattleboro, Vt, For children see 423-424. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 273 

205- Dorothy M., born Jan. 27, 1806 ; married Salmon 
Fessenden, Oct. 5, 1828. He was born July 23, 1804; re- 
sided with his father until 1831, then he bought a farm at 
Halifax, Vt., which he sold in 1839. Has resided at Salem, 
N. Y., Hinsdale, Warwick, and Keene, N. H. He is an 
innholder. Both of Brattleboro when married. She died 
May 27, 1878. For children see 425-429. 

206. Nancy, born Oct. 8, 1808; married Wesley Jacobs. 
She died April 28, 1849. For child see 430. 

207. Mary Ann, born Nov. 6, 1810 ; married Harvey 
Houghton, at Brattleboro, Vt., July 4, 1838, by Rev. Addi- 
son Brown. She died March 18, 1861. For children see 

43 I ~435- 

208. James H., born Aug. 10, 1812 ; married Nancy S. 
French ; he died April 9, 1862. For children see 436-445. 

209. 'William H., born July 31, 1814 ; resides at Brattle- 
boro, Vt. ; married Adeline S. Thayer, Oct. 28, 1845, by 
Rev. L. J. Fletcher. She was the daughter of Lewis and 
Lucena (Miller) Thayer, and was born at Dummerston, Vt. ; 
and died Oct., 1889, aged 64 years, 8 mos. and 23 days. For 
children see 446-449. 

210. Emily S., born Sept. 16, 1816; married Henry A. 
Gane, Sept. 20, 1836, by Rev. Addison Brown, at Brattleboro, 
where she resides. For children see 450-452. 

211. Cyrinthia J., born April 25, 1819 ; married at Brat- 
tleboro, by Rev. Addison Brown, Benj. F. Tilden, of Keene, 
N. H., Jan. 5, 1843. She died Jan. 10, 1849. For children 

453-454- 

212. George W., born Dec. 2, 1821 ; married Nancy A. 

Goddard, Oct. 14, 1845- For cnild see 455- 

213. Harriet E., born Aug. 16, 1824; married Albert A. 
Cortis. She died Nov. 5, 1875. For children see 456-457. 



CHILDREN OF BARNARD AND MERCY {Gladden) ESTER- 
BROOK. (95.) 

214. Sophia S., born August 20, 1820; married Norman 
Kellogg. She Died April 16, 1884. 



274 SIXTH GENERATION. 

215. Royal, born Dec. 18, 1822 ; married Augusta Frank- 
lin, Jan. 8, 1849, by Geo. Howe, J. P. (both of Guilford, Vt.) 
He died March 16, 1889. For children see 458-459. 

216. Maria, born Aug. 7, 1824 ; married C. W. Shepard- 
son, Nov. 1, 1849. For child see 460. 

217. Amos, Born April 2, 1827 ; married May B. Clark, 
May 20, 1875. Resided 494 Marshfield Ave., Chicago, 111. 
He died Nov. 14, 1887. For child see 461. 

218. Ann, born Sept. 17, 1829; married George He wett, 
Sept. 16, 1858. Resides 55 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND CLARISSA {Stearns) ESTABROOK. 

(96.) 

219. John, born Jan. 30, 1818 ; married Louisa Wallace, 
in 1837, near Bellville ; he died Sept. 22, 1886, near Ashton, 
Dakota. For children see 462-466. 

220. Claricy. 

CHILDREN OF SYLVESTER AND ( ) EASTERBROOKS. (98.) 

221. S. Hale, married Lucy, daughter of Jairus and Eliz- 
abeth (Hall) Lamb. She is dead. He resides at Susque- 
hanna, Pa. For children see 467-472. 

222. William. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND REBECCA {Houghton) ESTA- 
BROOK. (99.) 

223. Warren. 

224. Samuel. 

225. Daniel. 

226. Alpheus, married, June 25, 1826, Hannah Holbrook 
Hitchcock (born at Bainbridge, N. Y., July 4, 1804). Has 
seven children ; one is George L- , who resides at Caneadea, 
N. Y. 

227. Benjamin F. 

228. Rebecca. 

229. Emily. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 275 

CHILDREN OF DAVID ESTERBROOK. (100.) 

230. Alonzo, born in Caladona Co., Vt., in 1811 ; married 
Mary A. Rucher. He died at Carthage, 111., in 1857. For 
children see 473-476. 

231. Elisha, died in Missouri a number of years ago. 

232. Benjamin, born 1822; has resided since 1851 in 
Sacramento, Cal. 

233. Roxie. 

234. Caroline. 



CHILDREN OF ABEL AND LYDIA {Ingraham) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (101.) 

235. Aaron. 

236. Samuel, born Dec. 25, 1810. 

237. Gardner, born Dec. 15, 1814; married March 22, 
1835, Mary, daughter of Chas. and Mary Waldren, of Bris- 
tol, R. I. (born March io, 1814). For children see 477-482. 

238. Betsey, born 1806 ; married John Woods, of Boston, 
Mass. She died Feb. 17, 1833. For child see 483. 

239. Hannah, born 1799; married John Cook, of Bristol, 
R. I. She died April 5, 1857. For children see 484-489. 

240. Benjamin, born April 10, 1810 ; married Dec. 10, 
1835, Phebe, daughter of James and Sally Smith, of Bristol, 
R. I. (born April 4, 1813, and died in 1888). He died in 
1 89 1. For children see 490-493. 

241. William Young, born Aug. 15, 1815; married Re- 
becca S., daughter of Benj . B. Munroe (born at Bristol, 1817, 
and died at Warren, 1880). Moved to Warren, R. I., in 
1858, where he now resides. For children see 494-498. 



CHILDREN OF CRAWFORD AND HANNAH {Hall) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (102.) 

242. Crawford, born Jan. 26, 1815 ; married Nov. 17, 
1833, Maria L., daughter of Isaac and Priscilla Manchester. 
He married (2d) Oct. 14, 1856, Eliza, widow of John Throop, 
18 



276 SIXTH GENERATION. 

daughter of Wm. and Eliza Coggeshall. She died in April, 
1871. He died Sept. 20, i860. For children see 499-508. 

243. Samuel, born Aug., 1817 ; died in infancy. 

244. Hannah Hall, born Oct. 2, 1819 ; married July 21, 
1862, Peter Gladding (Town Clerk). He died Oct. 22, 1883. 
(No issue.) 

245. Samuel, born May 22, 1824; died Aug. 30, 1825. 



CHILD OF SAMUEL AND SUSAN ( Wardwell) EASTERBROOKS. 

(103.) 
246. Susan W., born Nov. n, 1811 ; married, Nov. 17, 
1832, Benjamin, son of Benj. and Rachel Tilley, of Bristol, 
R. I. (born Sept. 15, 181 1). He engaged in mercantile pur- 
suits during most of his life. He died Feb. 28, 1889. She 
resides in Bristol, R. I. For children see 509-517. 



CHILDREN OF JONATHAN W. AND HANNAH (Easterbrooks) 
LINDSAY. (104.) 

247. Sarah E., born July 12, 1798; married Josiah S., 
son of Capt. Allen Wardwell ; she died Aug. 13, 1839. 

248. Hannah, born Aug. 5, 1800 ; married Josiah Pitman ; 
moved to Fall River, Mass. ; she died June 21, 1884. 

249. Martha, born June 24, 1802; married (1st) in 1822, 
Henry W. Dimond ; (2d) May 26, 1851, John H. Schumacher ; 
she died Sept. 16, 1878. For children see 518-522. 

250. Mary, born Aug. 18, 1804 ; married (1st) Mayberry, 
son of Seth L. Lincoln. She married (2d) Seth Lincoln, 
brother of Mayberry. For children see 523-524. 

251. Lydia W., born April 2, 1807; married June 21, 
1835, Wm. Spence, of Scotland. (No children.) 

252. Jonathan W., bora March 10, 1809; married (1st) 
Abby Warren, of Fall River, Mass. ; (2d) Adeline Grant, of 
Warren, R. I. He died July 2, 1853. Resided in Fall 
River. (Had five children ) 

253. Catharine W., born Aug. 14, 1811 ; married Benj. 
Warren, of Fall River, Mass. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 277 

254. Abigail E., born Sept. 20, 1813 ; married Feb. 13, 
1838, Hiram Euther, shipmaster. He died 188-. For chil- 
dren see 525-529. 

255. William, born Sept. 20, 1816 ; married (1st) Eliza 
A. French ; (2d) Maria Eovell ; (3d) Sarah French, all of 
Fall River, Mass., where he resides. (Had eight children.) 

256. Nancy Wardwell, born Dec. 14, 1819 ; married 
Barney Presby. (Have six children). 

257. Nathaniel, born May 10, 1823 ; married Sarah Har- 
low, of Fall River, Mass., where he resides. (Have four 
children.) 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND CAROLINE E. (Kault) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (105.) 

258. John, born July 25, 1825 ; married (1st) Harriet 
Whitford, of Bristol ; (2d) Mrs. Mary E. Thornton, of Bos- 
ton, Mass. He died March 5, 1887. (No issue.) 

259. George W., born Sept. 21, 1827 ; married (1st) Dec. 
12, 1850, Catharine, daughter of Edward and Lydia Glad- 
ding. He married (2d) Jan. 27, 1886, Alice S. Church. He 
is a prominent and prosperous merchant of Bristol, R. I. 
For children see 530-537. 

260. Anne G., born Oct. 24, 1829; married, June 2, 1851, 
Henry Cole, 2nd, of Warren, R. I. (born Aug. 20, 1820, and 
died at Bristol, R. I., Aug. 15, 1862). She resides in Provi- 
dence, R. I. For children see 538-543. 

261. Caroline S., married A. Judson Mathews. Resides 
20 Kempton St., New Bedford, Mass. 

262. Stephen G., born Aug. 12, 1835 ; married Julia 
West, of Providence, R. I. (Had one child who died in in- 
fancy.) 

263. Harriet S., born Oct. 3, 1837 ; married, Oct. 27, 
1864, Gus. A. Williamson, of Providence, R. I., where he is 
Recorder of Deeds. For children see 544-549. 

264. William H., born Oct. 17, 1839; unmarried. 

265. Theodore R., born Aug. 25, 1841 ; married Emeline 
Greene, of Providence, R. I., where they reside. 



278 SIXTH GENERA TION. 

266. Frederick A., born Aug. 24, 1844; married, Aug. 
3, 1 87 1, Annette, daughter of Samuel L,iscomb, of Bristol, 
R. I. He is a prominent and prosperous merchant of Bris- 
tol, R. I. (No issue.) 

sCHILDREN OF JOHN AND SARAH D. (Easterbrooks) FULLER. 

(106.) 

267. Mary, married Wm. Denham. 

268. Sarah, married a Mr. Morse (now deceased). 

269. Susan, married George Kelley. 

270. Josephine. 

271. Nancy. 

•CHILD OF AARON AND SUSAN M. ( Wyatt) EASTERBROOKS. 

(107.) 

272. Ellen Victoria, born Sept. 24, 1838 ; married, Oct. 
,22, i860, Thomas Francis Usher; she died Aug. 21, 1887. 
For children see 550-551. 



-CHILDREN OF JAMES P. AND ELIZA. A. {Easterbrooks) BROWN. 

(108.) 

273. J. Crawford, born Aug. 31, 1849 ; married, Nov. 15, 
i860, Mary R. Babcock ; moved to Boston, Mass. He died 

••Oct. 10, 1882. For children see 552-555. 

274. Sarah A., born Aug. 1, 1841 ; died in infancy. 

275. Cyrus C, born July 20, 1844; married, April 23, 
1866, Sarah P. Gardiner. She died Aug. 28, 1872. Resided 
in Providence, R. I. For children see 556-557. 



CHILDREN OF ROYAL AND HANNAH {Saulsbury) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (109.) 

276. Betsey, born at Warren, R. I., July 7, 1790; died 
May 6, 1814, aged 24. 

277. Thomas, born April 13, 1792, at Warren, R. I. ; 
married, Jan. 14, 1814, Cynthia Martin (born 1793) ; he died 
•Dec. 5, 1866. She died May 20, 1886, aged 92. Both buried 
at Ballston, N. Y. For children see 558-566. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 279 

278. Benjamin, born about 1794; died June 27, 1858; 
married.' For child see 567. 

279. Newton, born in 1797 ; died Aug. 23, 1834. He had 
a son, Alvin, who went to New York City, and dropped his 
name and took name of Brooks ; he married and had two 
children. Residence unknown now. 

280. Joanna, born in 1800 ; died in 1849. 



CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND ALICE (Streeter) ESTABROOKS. 

(116.) 

281. Alexander Franklin, born in Westmoreland, N. H., 
Aug. 26, 1 808 ; married Patty Houghton ; resides at Claren- 
don, Vt. 

282. Fanny, born in Westmoreland, N. H., Aug. 7, 1810. 

283. Mary Waldon, born in Windham, Vt., Feb. 19, 
1813 ; married Riley Rice ; resided in Vermont. She died in 
i860. 

284. Sarah Chamberlain, born in Jamaica, Vt., Sept. 24, 
1 815 ; married Samuel F., son of Richard Hopkins ; she died 
April 24, 1853. 

285. Elmanda Adeline, born in Jamaica, Vt., June 22, 
1817 ; married Elliot P., son of Richard Hopkins ; resides in 
Illinois. 

286. John Wesley, born in Jamaica, Vt., April 4, 1819 ; 
married in 1841, Martha T. Brown, of Weston, Vt. ; at the 
age of sixteen went to Boston, and began business by draw- 
ing a hand-cart ; and subsequently built up the extensive 
trucking business of Estabrooks & Sibley. He removed to 
Dorchester, now a part of Boston, in 1854, where his widow 
still resides. For children see 568-572. 

287. Luther Lanson, born in Jamaica, Vt., Sept. 18, 
1821 ; married (1st) Mary Jane Brown, of Weston, Vt., sis- 
ter of his brother John's wife. She died in 1847, aged 25 
years; he married (2d) May 24, 1848, Sarah W., daughter 
of Richard Hopkins. In Aug., 1862, he enlisted in 10th 
Mass. Battery and served till June, 1865. He married (3d) 



280 FIFTH GENERA TION. 

at Keene, N. H. , May 15, 1883, Sarah J. Russell, of Keene, 
by Rev. Henry S. Thompson. He is a mechanic at Factory 
village, and resides at present in Chesterfield, Vt. For child 
see 573. 

288. Larkin Nelson, born Oct. 18, 1823. 



CHILDREN OF JONATHAN AND PATIENCE (Geers) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (123.) 

289. Abby T., born Dec. 9, 1813 ; married, July 20, 1834, 
John R. How, shipmaster. She died in 1836. 

290. John S., born June 13, 1816 ; died in Cal.,in 1855. 

291. Thomas, born Dec. 28, 1818 ; died in Cal., in 1850. 

292. Patience, born March 5, 1821. 

293. Alexander, born Aug. 30, 1824 ; married Miriam 
Manchester ; died at Attleboro, Mass., in 1888. 



CHILD OF JONATHAN AND ELIZA (Norris) EASTERBROOKS. 

(I23-) 
294. Eliza N., born March 11, 1832; married at Provi- 
dence, R. I., Nov. 27, 1871, Henry A. Morgan, of St. Charles, 
111., where he died Jan. 26, 1879. She married (2d) 18S9, 
Simon Liscomb, of Bristol, R. I. She died in 1891. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN T. AND LOIS {Allen) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (125.) 

295. Sally A., bora April 9, 1313 ; married (1st) Oct. 13, 
1837, George Davis. She married (2d) March, 1873, John P. 
Munroe. She died May 24, 1886. For children see 574-575. 

296. George T., born Sept. 17, 1815 ; married Hannah, 
daughter of Deacon Geo. M. Coit. Have one son, A. Geo. 
William, living in Astoria, Oregon. 

297. William Henry, born Nov. 4, 1817 ; married Mary 
A. Chambers, of New Bedford, Mass. Have two daughters. 

298. Lois A., born April 28, 1820; died 1874. 

299. Benjamin T., born Aug. 25, 1822 ; married (1st) 
Sarah Doty, of Bristol, R. I., who died July 24, 1854, aged 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 281 

29. He married (2d) Harriet Gladding, of Newport, R. I., 
where he now resides. 

300. Sophronia Taber, born Aug. 3, 1825 ; married (1st) 
Richard Fenner, of Bristol, R. I. She married (2d) Benj. 
Ferris, of Harrisville, R. I. For children see 576-577. 

301. Horace, born Jan. 6, 1828. 

302. Allen, born March 21, 1830; married, 1851, Mary E., 
daughter of John Smith, shipmaster. Reside in Providence, 
R. I. For children see 578-579. 

303. Rebecca, born June 16, 1832. 

304. James A., born Feb. 25, 1836 ; married Ellen Frasier, 
of Fall River, Mass. Resides in Newport, R. I. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND SUSAN T. (Easterbrooks) SWIFT. 

(126.) 

305. Sarah, married Luther Manchester. She is dead. 

306. Thomas. 

307. Susan T., married, Oct. 20, 1833, Josiah Gladding, 
shipmaster. She is dead. For children see 580-582. 



CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND MARY W. (Sanford) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (128.) 

308. Mary L., born March 25, 1823. 

309. 'William, born June 1, 1824 ; died in March, 1890. 

310. Caroline E., born June 24, 1826; married (1st) in 
1850, Win. P. Swan, who died Dec. 9, 1852. She married 
(2d) Aug. 9, 1863, John Gladding, 3rd. For children see 

583-584- 

311. Philip D., born May 7, 1831 ; married Elizabeth T., 

daughter of Samuel and Rebecca Munro, of Bristol, R. I. 
(born Sept. 4, 1831). For children see 585-589. 

312. Simon A., born March 26, 1834; resides in Con- 
necticut and has quite a family. 

313. George T., born Dec. 19, 1836 ; died in 1891. 

314. Daniel, born Dec. 19, 1836. 

315. Moses P., born July 18, 1842. Resides at Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 



282 SIXTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF CALVIN AND MARY {Easterbrooks) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (129.) 

(All born at Woodstock, Ct.) 

316. Joanna, born May 19, 1809. 

317. Rhody C, born Aug. 18, 181 1. 

318. Hale, born April 28, 1814. 

319. Lydia, born Sept. 10, 1816 ; died Nov. 1, 1888, at W. 

320. Persis S., born March 16, 1818. 

321. Charlotte, born May 3, 1821. 

322. Nathaniel, born Oct. 2, 1823. 

323. John S., born March 20, 1825. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES AND MARY {Rugby) EASTERBROOKS. 

(13°-) 

324. Mary, married Wilbur Herrideen ; she died. 

325. Abel, born in Union, Ct., March 10, 1796; married 
Celia, daughter of Col. Peter Briggs, of Manton, R. I. They 
lived together sixty years, and for fifty years in the same 
house in which they were married, the homestead of his 
wife's parents. He died. For children see 590-592. 

326. Sarah, born in 1801 ; married Stephen Trowbridge ; 
resides at Eastford, Conn. 

327. Lucinda, married Alvin Streeter. She died. 

328. Sophronia, died in infancy. 

329 Jonathan, married Mary Vinton. He died. (No 
children.) 

330. Roxany, died in infancy. 

331. Hannah, married Daniel Smith. She died. 

332. John Sessions, born Sept. 21, 1815 ; married May 
J 3> 1837, Susanna Taft ; she died Jan. 6, i860. He resides 
at Webster, Mass. For children see 593-594. 



CHILDREN OF CAPT. THOMAS AND ELIZABETH [Easterbrooks) 
CORBIN. (131.) 

333. Mary, born May 7, 1805; died July 21, 1872. Mar- 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 283 

tied in Oct., 1843, Chas. C. Williams, and had two children 
who died young. 

334. Zera, born Dec. 15, 1807; died Sept. 24, 1869, un- 
married. 

335. Sarah C., born March 10, 1809; died May n, 1844, 
unmarried. 

336. Thomas E., born Dec. 15, 1811 ; married in 1839, 
Sally M. Clark, and had three children. Died Feb. 8, 1881. 

337. Anna C, born Oct 21, 1813 ; married April 30, 1844, 
Abiel D. Williams, of Dudley, Mass., and had five children ; 
four died in infancy. 

CHILDREN OF SETH AND SARAH {Easterbrooks) LINCOLN. 

(141.) 

338. Susan, born Sept. 12, 1817 ; married, May 27, 1833, 
Wm. H., son of Col. P. Church, and a descendant of Capt. 
Benj. Church. She died March, 1876. Children see 595-604. 

339. Sarah, born Feb 16, 1819; married May 16, 1842, 
Rufus D. Arnold. Resides at Bristol, R. I. For children 
see 605-610. 

340. Seth F., born Dec. 20, 1820; died Aug. 11, 184-. 

341. William, born March 12, 1823 ; married May 21, 
1846, Caroline Coddington. He died Aug. 14, 1882. For 
children see 611-613. 

CHILD OF NATHANIEL AND HARRIET {Harding) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (143.) 

342. Susan Harriet, born April 12, 1826 ; married A. A. 
Gammell. She died Jan. 27, 1859. Resided in Providence, 
R. I. 

CHILDREN OF HORACE AND PARTHENIA G. {Easterbrooks) 
GRAY. (148.) 

343. Howard O., of Brockton, Mass. 

344. Mary, born July 15, 1848; married Aug. 22, 1867, 
Thos. PI. Jenkins, a master-mariner at South Dartmouth, 
Mass. (born Feb. 27, 1846). For child see 614. 



284 SEVENTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF WILLARD D. AND DEBORAH ( Wood) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (149.) 

345. Mary F., born Feb. 6, 1849 ; married, Aug. 13, 1872, 
Israel P. Gardner, of Fall River, Mass. For children see 
615-617. 

346. Nelly, born July 20, 1854 ; died Aug. 26, 1872. 



CHILD OF JAMES E. AND LAURETTA {Gardner) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (152.) 

347. Meena G., born Nov. 24, 1861 ; married, Dec. 16, 
1884, Walter F. Anthony, of Swansea, Mass. 



SFVFNTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF MARTIN AND SABRLNA (Swift) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (156.) 

348. Sarah, married Jonathan Parkus. She died. 

349. Nathan, born Sept. 1, 1808, at Little Falls, N. Y. ; 
married, 1831 or 1832, Caroline Bagg, of Smiths Falls, Prov. 
Ontario. He resides now at Cornwall, Ontario, Canada, and 
is a mason builder. Under his supervision the enlargement 
of Sing Sing, and Dannemora, Clinton Co., N. Y., Prisons 
was accomplished ; later and during the civil war he was 
prominently engaged in the extension of the Treasury build- 
ing in Washington, D. C. Still later he had the entire super- 
vision of the building of the present Custom House at Ogdens- 
burgh, N. Y. For children see 618-623. 

350. Ambrose, married Susan Swift. He served as a sol- 
dier in the late civil war, and is now dead. 

351. Stephen, married Hannah Jaquith. He is dead. 

352. Jane, married Alex. Hall. She is dead. 

353. Mary Ann, married Isaac Tourtelott. He is dead. 

354. Amanda M., married Phocion Hoffman; resides at 
36 Virginia St., Buffalo, N. Y. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 285 

355. Euretta, married Vernam Greenman ; he died. She 
married (2d) George W. Calkins. 

356. Helen, died unmarried. 



CHILDREN OP BARNABAS W. AND MARY T. {Power) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (172.) 

(All born at Warren, R. I.) 

357. Amy E. W., born Aug. 16. 1838 ; married Joshua 
Fish of Portsmouth, R. I. (No children.) 

358. Cramer A., born Oct. 18, 1841 ; married, Oct. 23, 
1862, Sarah A., daughter of Abiel C. and Susan C. Fish, of 
Portsmouth, R. I. (born Dec. 19, 1842.) For children see 
624-626. 

359. Julia W. P., born April 5, 1844 ; died young. 



CHILDREN OF BARNABAS W. AND MARY E. {Bennett) EAST- 
ERBROOKS. (172.) 

360. Isabel E., born Feb. 3, 1856; married Edward Ma- 
comber, of Warren, R. I. (No children. ) 

361. Annie S., born April 26, 1859 ; married Benj. Cleve- 
land, of Swansea, Mass. Have one daughter, Edith W. 

362. Crawford, born May 9, 1865 ; died Sept. 24, 1866. 



CHILDREN OF EZRA O. AND NORA C. {Barton) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (173.1.) 

363. Frank D., born Sept. 8, 1874. 

364. Preston B., born Feb. 26, 1876. 

365. Clara B., born July 11, 1878. 

366. Theodore Otis, born Jan. 20, 1881. 

367. Louise W., born Aug. 27, 1885. 

368. Abby R., born Nov. 27, 1887. 



286 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OP JOHN G. AND CYNTHIA E. [Northrup) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (I74-) 

369. George, born in 1829 ; died March 24, 1831. 

370. George Lawrence, born in Orwell, Pa., March 24, 
1831 ; married, April 4, 1855, Susan E. McAfee, in Athens, 
Pa. (born in Sussex Co., N. J., April 14, 1834, and died 
March 9, 1879). He married (2d) March 17, 1880, Laura M. 
Merchet, at Athens (born at Newark Valley, N. Y., June 19, 
1830). Resides at Athens, Pa. For children see 627-630. 

371. Charles Northrup, born in Orwell, Pa., April 27, 
1833. He is a carpenter; moved in 1857, to Connelsville, 
Fayette Co., Ind., where he resides. 



CHILDREN OF BRADBURY AND ADALINE C. [Browning) EAST- 
ABROOKS. (177.) 

372. Alfred, married Miss Eastabrooks, and has two chil- 
dren. 

373. Franklin, married Edwina Marony, of Portland, Or. ; 
has three children : /Ufred E., Nahum and Gertrude. 

374. John, married Miss Bennett, and has four children. 

375. Charles, married Miss Felltquartz ; has seven chil- 
dren. 

376. William, married Miss Clark ; has three children. 

377. Adaline, married Mr. Manville ; has ten children. 

378. Eliza. 

379. Emily, married Mr. Henry ; has seven children. 

380. Eliza, (dead) married a Mr. Henry ; had ten children- 

381. Lucy, is dead. 

382. Howard, was a printer in Buffalo. He is dead. 



CHILDREN OF MOSES D. AND MARY ( Wood) EASTABROOKS. 

(180.) 

382a. Carlos H. 

382b. Sarah F. 

382c. Charles F., born April 18, 1844; died Sept. 14, 
1844. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 287 

CHILDREN OF MOSES D. AND ELVIRA {Call) EASTABROOKS. 

(180.) 
382c!. James S. 
382e. Mary E. 
382f. Ella F., born in California, April, 1853. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES L- AND ELIZABETH C. {Cone) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (182.) 

383. Mary E., married, and resides in Nebraska. 

384. John H., born in Squaw Grove, 111., Aug. 8, 1850; 
married in 1877, Rilla B. Tanner, since when they have re- 
sided on old homestead of sixty acres, one mile from town ; 
has always been a Republican. For child see 631. 

385. Archibald C, is dead. 

386. Julia A. , is dead. 

387. Delia E., married, and resides in DeKalb Co-, 111. 

388. James A., born in Squaw Grove, 111., April 7, 1864 ; 
he came with his parents to Hinckley, 111,, in 1878, and in 
1882 he graduated from the High School of that place ; soon 
after, he worked at the printing business in various capaci- 
ties in the office of the " Review," until 1885 ; Sept. 9, 1885, 
he married Mildred Chapman, who was born in Michigan in 
1867. Soon after, he again entered the office of the " Re- 
view" as foreman, which position he filled till spring of 
1887 when he, with W. E. Miller, purchased the " Review," 
which they now publish. He is a strong Republican, and 
resides at Hinckley, 111. 



CHILDREN OF REUBEN B. AND SARAH J. {Chaffee) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (186.) 

389. Emerson B., born June 3, 1844; married, June 17, 
1877, Harriet Dunn. He is a shoemaker. He was a soldier 
in the civil war. Resides at Olean, N. Y. (No children.) 

390. Henry O., born July 17, 1845 ; married, June 5, 1873, 
Ruth Chatman. He died July 27, 1875, and is buried at 
Elmira, N. Y. He was a professor of music. (No children.) 



288 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

391. Rachel A., born Feb. 21, 1847; married Jesse Carl 
(401). He was a soldier in civil war. Resides at LeRays- 
ville, Pa. For children see 636-638. 

392. Rebecca J., born Sept. 11, 1848 ; married, March 23, 
1870, Ezekiel Smith, who was a soldier in civil war for three 
years and six months ; and is one of the oldest members of 
the Flmira, N. Y., fire department. Have children : Floyd, 
Alfred, and Ada Pearl. Reside at 715 West Water St., El- 
mira, N. Y. 

393. Josephine A., born June 18, 1850; married, Nov. 
15, 1885, James J. Dixon (born in England), a mason; re- 
sides in Philadelphia, Pa. Have two sons. 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD J. AND EMELINE {Potter) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (187.) 

394. Isabell T., born in Orwell, Pa., Dec. 3, 1847 ; died 
Dec. 18, 1849. 

395. Clarasa L., born in Orwell, Pa., June 17, 1849 ; died 
Feb. 19, 1851. 

396. Clara Belle, born in Orwell, Pa., July 3, 1852 ; mar- 
ried, Sept. 11, 1870, Elmore F. Stevens; resides at Stevens- 
ville, Pa. For children see 632-634. 

397. Fred Tyler, born in Orwell, Pa., Aug. 14, 1855; 
married, Sept. 13, 1879, Sara A. Stevens ; is a dealer in 
musical instruments, and teacher of vocal and instrumental 
music at Elmira, N. Y. 

398. Frank Edward Potter, born in Potterville, Pa., Jan. 
12, i860; married, Jan. 5, 1886, Ella Stevens ; is a sawyer, 
and has a planing mill at Stevensville, Pa. For child see 635. 

399. Martin Nucomb, born in Potterville, Pa., April 11, 
1862 ; he is a clerk, and resides in Philadelphia, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND REBECCA S. {Eastabrooks) CARL. 

(189.) 
(All born in Wysox, Pa.) 

400. Israel, born July 1, 1834; married in Oct. 1856, 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 289 

Charlotte Gorsline, of Wysox, Pa. ; resides at Towanda, Pa. 
Have a large family. 

401. Jesse P., born Aug. 19, 1836; married Rachel A., 
(391) daughter of Reuben Eastabrooks, and reside at L,eRays- 
ville, Pa., where he has a shoe store. For children see 636- 
638. 

402. Lovinnia, born May 8, 1842 ; married, Feb. 29, 1865, 
Nathaniel Beardsley, of L/eRaysville, Pa. Resides in Owego, 
N. Y. For children see 639-641. 

403. Frank, born Nov. 27, 1844 ; was a soldier in civil 
war ; was wounded and taken prisoner in the battle of the 
Wilderness, and died in a rebel prison in 1863. 

404. Eliza Mellissa, born June 30, 1847 ; married, Oct. 
8, 1869, Edgar Bennett. Reside in Syracuse, Mo. For chil- 
dren see 642-644. 

405. Mary J., born June 27, 1849; married in Oct. 1865, 
Richard Potter, who died about April, 1873 ; she married 
(2d) in 1874, Burton Stevens, of Stevensville, Pa. She died 
in April, 1880 ; resided in Stevensville, Pa. For children 
see 645-650. 

406. Edward A., born Oct. 27, 1853 ; married in June, 
1882, Maggie Smith, of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; reside in LeRays- 
ville, Pa. For children see 651-652. 



CHILDREN OF JUDSON AND LYDIE E. {Robinson) EASTA- 
BROOKS. (192.) 

407. Charles J., born Nov. 18, 1838, at LeRaysville, Pa. ; 
married Hermina Prince, of Windom, Pa. Resides at Or- 
well, Pa. 

408. Elvira H., born April 24, 1841 ; married Leonard 
Ross. She died about 1875. Has one son, Edwin L., who 
resides in New York. 

409. Mary E., born Aug. 18, 1843; married, Dec. 14, 
1861, Joseph M., son of Joseph O. Dawes, of Candor, N. Y. 
Resides in Owego, N. Y. For children see 653-660. 

410. Alice M., born May 12, 1845 ; married Sands Dun- 



290 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

ham. Resides in Frost Hollow, Tioga Co., N. Y. Has two 
children, Fred and Harry. 

411. Edwin A., born Sept. 20, 1847 ; died in 1854. 

412. Emma O., born Jan. 16, 1863 ; resides in Orwell, Pa. 



CHILDREN OF SYI/VANUS S. AND LUCY J. {Newberry) EASTA- 
BROOK. (195.) 9 

413. William N., born at Providence, R. I., 'March 25, 
1847; married at Elmira, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1868, Viola G. 
Murdoch ; he is general manager of the N. Y. and Pa. Tele- 
phone and Tel. Co. , and resides at Elmira, N. Y. For child 
see 661. 

414. George F., born in 1854 ; died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF RUFUS AND MARIA (Esierbrook) PRATT. (202. ) 

415. William S., born Oct. 28, 1822 ; died Sept. 22, 1824. 

416. Lucius G., born May 3, 1824 ; married Maria Hast- 
ings, Jan. 1, 1849; married (2d) Ellen Plimpton. For chil- 
dren see 662-668. 

417. Daniel S., born Aug. 3, 1826 ; married Kate Wright, 
Feb. 14, 1850. For children see 669-673. 

418. Oscar J., born Oct. 22, 1828 ; married Sarah Wood- 
cock, Dec. 26, 1853 ; married (2d) Alice Brownell, in 1886. 
For children see 674-675. 

419. Mary A., born April 21, 1831 ; married George Dow- 
ley, Sept. 20, 1852. She died Aug. 11, 1856. For child see 
676. 

420. Lucy J., born July 10, 1839; married Fred Plimp- 
ton, July 19, 1864. She died Dec. 28, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF W. AND CHARLOTTE E. (Esierbrook) BULLOCK. 

(203.) 

421. Sarah H., born Jan. 2, 1830; is unmarried. 

422. Helen C, born March 8, 1836; married Barna A. 
Clark, Nov. 17, 1859. For child see 677. 



EASTERB ROOKS GENEALOGY. 291 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL S. AND BETSEY {Gladden) ESTER- 
BROOK. (204.) 

423. Oscar D., born April 20, 1833; married Ella C. 
(Weatherell) Shumway, June 15, 1876, at Brattleboro, Vt., 
by Rev. Wm. L. Jenkins. For child see 678. 

424. Ann E., born Aug. 15, 1835; married Azor Marshall, 
Feb. 19, 1855, at Brattleboro, Vt., by Rev. S. W. Bush. 
For children see 679-680. 

CHILDREN OF SALMON AND DOROTHY M. {Esterbrook) FES- 
SENDEN. (205.) 

425. Maria F., born Oct. 29, 1829 ; married Silas A. Hill, 
Oct. 14, 1850. For child see 681. 

426. Charles S., born April 10, 1831 ; died March 17, 1855. 

427. Jane E., born June 12, 1833 ; married Ebenezer Steb- 
bins, Nov. 18, 1850. For children see 682-683. 

428. Chester E., born Dec. 29, 1837 ; died April 12, 1850. 

429. George E., born Aug. 21, 1848; married Nina Mc- 
Conley, Sept. 14, 1878. For children see 684-686. 



CHILD OF WESLEY AND NANCY {Esterbrook) JACOBS. (206.) 

430. Willard. 

CHILDREN OF HARVEY AND MARY A. {Esterbrook) HOUGH- 
TON. (207.) 

431. James S., born March 26, 1839; married Sybel D. 
Colton, Nov. 24, 1868. He died April 13, 1876. For chil- 
dren see 687-689. 

432. Mary Jane, born Feb. 10, 1841 ; died April 4, 1877. 

433. Ella S., born Dec. 18, 1846; married Edw. S. Foster, 
Nov. 26, 1868. For children see 690-695. 

434. Edward E., born June 23, 1849 ; died Jan. 20, 1864. 

435. Henry F., born Jan. 6, 1845 ; died Sept. 9, 1862. 



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292 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF JAMES H. AND NANCY S. {French) ESTER- 
BROOK. (208.) 

436. Florence, born Feb. 10, 1847 > married John Works, 
Sept. 3, 1868. 

437. Emma E., born June 16, 1852 ; died Oct. 19, 1866. 

438. Allie Louise, born Dec. 29, 1857, at Brattleboro, Vt. ; 
married Geo. K. Bockins, Dec. 29, 1880. For children see 
696-697. 

439. Lucy, born June 12, 1840; married H. W. Simonds, 
Dec. 25, i860. She died Oct. 5, 1873. For children see 698- 
700. 

440. Henry Clay, born July 12, 1842 ; died Sept. 23, 1843. 

441. Henry Clay, died Oct. 28, 1847, aged 3 years and 2 
months. 

442. Jennie Lind, died Feb. 10, 1853, aged 3 years. 

443. James F., born July 16, 1855 ; died Jan. 31, 1864. 

444. Emma E., died Oct. 13, 1868, aged 14 years and 4 
months. 

445. Henry F., died May 29, 1839, aged 9 weeks. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM H. AND ADELINE S. (Thayer) ESTER- 
BROOK. (209.) 

446. Ada, born Oct. 5, 1846 ; married Geo. S. Dowley, at 
Brattleboro, Vt., May 17, 1870, by Rev. James Eastwood. 

447. Mary A., married Lucius H. Richardson, at Brattle- 
boro, by Rev. James Eastwood, March 16, 1868. For child 
see 701. 

448. Cyrinthia J., born in 1852 ; died in 1853. 

449. Charles W., born in 1854 ; died in 1863. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY A. AND EMILY S. {Esterbrook) GANE. 

(210.) 

450. Thomas Fred, born May 22, 1839 ; married Sarah 
F. Jones, Sept. 3, 1868. For children see 702-706. 

451. Maria E., born Sept. 14, 1841 ; married Henry Dut- 
ton ; married (2d) Jerome Jones, Feb. 16, 1881. 



EASTERB ROOKS GENEALOGY. 293 

452. George A., born Oct. 27, 1845; married Elizabeth 
Palmer, July 8, 1879. For child see 707. 



CHILDREN OP BENJ. F. AND CYRINTHIA J. (Esterbrook) TIL- 
DEN. (211.) 

453. Emma S., born June 29, 1844 ; married Robert Dun- 
ham. For child see 708. 

454. Julia, born Nov. 27, 1848 ; married H. W. Simonds, 
Dec. 29, 1874. For children see 709-710. 



CHILD OF GEORGE W. AND NANCY A. {Goddard) ESTER- 
BROOK. (212.) 

455. Julia Ann, born Sept. 1, 1847 > married, May 2, 1871, 
at Brattleboro, Vt., by Rev. M. H. Harris, Rollin Skinner 
Childs (born Oct. 11, 1845). Reside at Bennington, Vt. 



CHILDREN OF ALBERT A. AND HARRIET E. [Esterbrook) COR- 

TIS. (213.) 

456. Emma, married a Mr. Hanscomb. 

457. George, died when 10 or 12 years old. 



CHILDREN OF ROYAL AND AUGUSTA {Franklin) ESTER- 
BROOK. (215.) 

458. Aaron B., born March 9, 1850 ; married Minnie Ray, 
Nov. 2, 1886. For child see 711. 

459. Eva M., born Sept. 14, 1853 ; married Wm. A. L,add, 
Oct. 3, 1883. For child see 712. 



CHILD OF C. W. AND MARIA {Esterbrook) SHEPARDSON. (216.) 

460. Anna, born Jan. 5, 1857 ; married John Preston, 
June 6, 1876. For child see 713. 



294 SE VENTH GENERA TION. 

CHILD OF AMOS AND MAY B. (Clark) ESTERBROOK. (217.) 
461. George O., born May 27, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND LOUISA (Wallace) ESTABROOK. 

(219.) 

462. Milvern, born 1839, in New York State ; was a sol- 
dier in the late rebellion, on the Union side ; after the war 
he settled near Berlin, Wis., married and has a family. 

463. Chauncey U., born near Bellville, N. Y. , May 12, 
1842 ; served in the rebellion in the 5th Mich. Infantry Vol. ; 
after the war, settled in Detroit, Mich., where he resides at 
27 Cadillac Square. For children see 714-718. 

464. Helen, lives near Ashton, Dakota. 

465. Emma, lives near Ashton, Dakota. 

466. Edward F., lives near Ashton, Dakota. 



CHILDREN OF S. HALE AND LUCY (Lamb) ESTABROOK. (221. ) 

467. Emma, married Edward Kenworthy, and resides at 
Carbondale, Pa. ; have children. 

468. Sarah, married George Johnson ; reside at Nineveh, 
N. Y., and have children. 

469. Mettie, lives at home. 

470. John, is at home. 

471. Richard. 

472. Allie, died young. 



CHILDREN OF ALONZO AND MARY A. (Rucher) ESTER- 
BROOKS. (230.) 

473. F M., born Aug. 25, 1842; married in Carthage, 
111., April 11, 1869, M. J. Wylie, who died in 1885. He is 
a M. E. minister, at Auburn, Neb. For child see 719. 

474. Alvin R., resides at Oketo, Kas. 

475. David M., resides at Oketo, Kas. 

476. Mary A., married a Mr. Dever. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 295 

CHILDREN OF GARDNER AND MARY (Waldren) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (237.) 

477. Gardner, born at Bristol, R. I., Nov. 10, 1835 ; mar- 
ried, March 6, 1853, Mary A , daughter of Sylvanus and 
Hannah B. Coggeshall, of Bristol (born March 13, 1838). 
For child see 720. 

478. Ruth A., born June 14, 1837; married, Sept. 22, 
1886, Wm. Wilbur; resides at Newport, R. I. 

479. Frank R., born Nov. 22, 1841 ; married Ida, daugh- 
ter of John and Phebe Bowler, of Bristol, R. I. 

480. William Henry, born Aug. 14, 1842 ; died in Texas, 
Oct. 25, 1867, unmarried. 

481. Lydia I., born Feb. 9, 1844; married, April 26, 1865, 
John D. Dimond (522), of Bristol, R. I. For children see 
721-724. 

482. Thomas W., born July 11, 1854 ; resides at Bristol, 
R. I. 



CHILD OF JOHN AND BETSEY {Easterbrooks) WOODS. (238.) 

483. Betsey, born Jan. 1833 ; married Wm. A. Martin, 
of Bristol, R. I , where they reside. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND HANNAH {Easterbrooks) COOK. 

(239. ) 

484. John, married Rhoda Manchester. 

485. Elizabeth, born Nov. 17, 1824 ; married, Aug. 23, 
1846, George Stetson. 

486. Lydia, born Feb. 17, 1829; married March 10, 1847, 
Joseph De Costa. He died Oct. 30, 18S6, aged 65 years. 
For children see 725-728. 

487. Harriet, born June 27, 1835 ; married, Aug. 17, 1852, 
Wm. Pearse, mariner; moved to Attleboro, Mass., in 1889, 
where they reside. For children see 729-732. 

488. William H., born Dec. 25, 1843; married, Nov. 9, 
1870, Ella F. Smith. For children see 733-734. 

489. Stephen, drowned at sea, aged 18. 



296 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF BENJ. AND PHEBE {Smith) EASTERBROOKS. 

(240.) 

490. James H., born June 4, 1841 ; married, Jan. 17, 
1864, Caroline F. Truman, of Providence, R. I. For child 
see 735. 

491. William G., born Dec. 25, 1843 ; married Josephine, 
daughter of Abraham A. Munro, of Bristol, R. I. 

492. Sarah S., born March 13, 1847, at Bristol, R. I., 
where she resides. 

493. Benjamin L., born July 13, 1849; died March 13, 

1855- 

CHILDREN OF WM. Y. AND REBECCA S. {Munroe) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (241.) 

494. William H., born at Bristol, R. I., Aug. 3, 1840; 
died Oct. 18, 1840. 

495. Betsey Parker, born at Bristol, Dec. 4, 1842 ; mar- 
ried, Nov. 20, 1864, Wm. Hall, of Warren, R. I. (born Feb. 
10, 1843). For children see 736-739. 

496. Alice Pierce, born at Bristol, Nov. 24, 1843 ; mar- 
ried, 1876, Elmer Curtis, of Sharon, Mass. For child see 740. 

497. Julia A., born at Warren, R. I., Jan. 24, 1849 ; died 
Oct. 6, 1849. 

498. Giles William, born at Bristol, R. I., July 26, 1853 ; 
married, 1878, Annie Web Sager, (born 1856), of Pawtucket, 
R. I., where he has been in the harness and saddlery busi- 
ness since 1872. For children see 741-745. 



CHILDREN OF CRAWFORD AND MARIA L. {Manchester) EAST- 
ERBROOKS. (242.) 

499. William H., born Feb. 26, 1834 ; married (1st) June 
23, 1857, Mary Hines. She died May 13, 1889. They had 
several children, who died in infancy. He married (2d) Nov. 
1889, Mrs. Ellen Jones. He served in the war of the Rebel- 
lion, in the 5th R. I. Vols., and was honorably discharged 
as sergeant in 1865. He died April 29, 1890. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 297 

500. Samuel C, born May io, 1835 < married in 1872, 
Joanna Quick. (No children.) 

501. Benjamin F., born Feb. 3, 1837 ; died May 7, 1840. 

502. George Thomas, born Oct. 9, 1838 ; married, Oct. 
30, 1878, Emma Wiley. He enlisted in 2d R. I. Vols, in 
1 86 1 and was discharged as captain at close of war. 

503. Isabel N., born Feb. 1, 1840 ; married, Jan. 23, 1861, 
Charles L,. Burton, a shipmaster. He died Feb. 2, 1889. 
She resides in Bristol, R. I. For children see 746-748. 

504. Hannah H., born Nov. 21, 1842 ; died Sept. 13, 1843. 

505. Benjamin F., born Aug. 2, 1845 ; died Sept. 28, 
1846. 

506. Maria L. E., born March 4, 1846 ; married May 16, 
1868, Albert A. Munroe. Resides in Woonsocket, R. I. 
For children see 749-750. 

507. Crawford L., born Nov. 7, 1848 ; married, Feb. 5, 
1874, Susie C. Diman. (No children.) 

508. Sarah E., born April 26, 1850; married, 187-, An- 
drew J. Sherman. For child see 751. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND SUSAN W. {Easterbrooks) TIL- 
LEY. (246.) 

(Born at Bristol, R. I.) 

509. Son, born Aug. 19 and died Aug. 20, 1833. 

510. Henry Hudson, born in Bristol, R. I., July 26, 1834. 
He held a government position in Washington, D. C, from 
1861 to 1883. He married, Nov. 25, 1858, Mary E. (born Jan. 
28, 1831) daughter of Wm. and Keziah (Everett) Darling, of 
Bristol, R. I. Her grandmother, Priscilla (Ingraham) Dar- 
ling, was a sister of Eydia, wife of Abel Easterbrooks (101). 
They had one child, a son, who died in infancy. He is a 
merchant and resides in Bristol, R. I. 

511. Samuel Easterbrooks, born March 28, 1837 ; diedat 
North Dighton, Mass., Aug. 10, 1839. 

512. Susan Elizabeth, born Jan. 14, 1841 ; married, Oct. 
1, 1872, Oliver S. Warner, of Akron, O He taught school 



298 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

in Bristol, R. I., and Washington, D. C. She resides in 
Bristol. For children see 752-755. 

513. William Jones, born Sept. 16, 1845 ; graduated at 
Drew Theological Seminary and entered M. E. ministry ; 
took orders in P. E. Church, and is now rector of Grace 
Church, Amherst, Mass. He married, Dec. 2, 1873, Catha- 
rine Travis, of Cohoes, N. Y. (No issue.) 

514. Benjamin Franklin, born March 29, 1848 ; entered 
U. S. Naval Academy in 1863, and graduated in 1867 ; he 
married, June 6, 1878, Emily E., daughter of Dr. William- 
son, of Portsmouth, Va. He is now (1891) on duty as ex- 
ecutive officer of U. S. S. San Francisco, Pacific Station. 
For children see 756-758. 

515. Kate Metcalf, born Sept. 20, 1850 ; graduated at the 
High School ; married, Oct. 9, 1878, Wm. A. Allen, M. D., 
of Flushing, E- I., where they now reside. For child see 

759- 

516. George Annable, born Aug. 20, 1853 ; graduated ar 
civil engineer at Cornell University in 1873 ; died in govern 
ment employ as draughtsman, at Washington, D. C, March 
14, 1877. 

517. Annie Pease, born May 5, 1856 ; died July 22, 1856. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY W. AND MARTHA (Lindsay) DIMOND. 

(249-) 

518. William H., born Dec. 26, 1823 ; died Dec. 12, 1842. 

519. Martha M.,born Aug. 28, 1826; married (1st) 1844, 
Wm. H. Warren; married (2d) 1861, S. P. Burdict. For 
children see 760-763. 

520. Royal, born June 18, 1830; died May 21, 1838. 

521. Charles C, born May 19, 1833; niarried in 1880, 
Mary Paysou. Resides in Boston. (No children.) 

522. John D., born March 27, 1836 ; married, April 26, 
1865, Lydia I. Easterbrooks (481), daughter of Gardner. 
For children see 721-724. 



EASTERB ROOKS GENEALOGY. 299 

CHILDREN OF MAYBERRY AND MARY {Lindsay) LINCOLN. 

(250.) 

523. Benjamin M. 

524. Eliza N., married (1st) George White ; (2d) J. Soule. 



CHILDREN OF HIRAM AND ABIGAIL E. {Lindsay) LUTHER. 

(254-) 

525. Abby Frances, born March 8, 1839 ; married, Oct. 
9, 1861, Wm. J. Miller. He died 188-. Three children: 
Lydia F. (dead), William and Charles. 

526. Caroline, born Jan. 15, 1843 ; married, Oct. 17, 1865, 
Chas. A. Waldren. Have four children. 

527. Hiram, born May 30, 1847 ; married, July 3, 1882, 
Ella Waldren. 

528. Celestina, born March 2, 1849 ; married, June 24, 
1868, Henry E- Goff. Have two children. 

529. Charles G. , born March 21, 1851. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE W. AND CATHARINE {Gladding) 
EASTERBROOKS. (259.) 

530. Gertrude D., born Feb. 22, 1852 ; married, April 29, 
1874, J. C. Salisbury. Reside at Bristol, R. I. For children 
see 764-767. 

531. Harriet M., born Dec. 11, 1853; married, 1886 
Nathan Bunn. For children see 768-769. 

532. Charles F., born July 19, 1856; unmarried. 

533. John H., born Dec. 29, 1859 ; married, Nov. 2, 1881, 
Anne, daughter of Stockford and Phebe Tilley. For child 
see 770. 

534. Edward G., born Sept. 6, 1862; married, June 11, 
1891, Harriet G., (721) daughter of John and Lydia I. Di- 
mond (born Dec, 15, 1865). 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE W. AND ALICE S. {Church) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (259-602.) 

535. George S., born Jan. 11, 1887. 



300 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

536. Harold A., born May 9, 1888. 

537. Louis, born Dec. 28, 1889. 



CHILDREN OF HENRY AND ANNE G. {Easterbrooks) COLE (2d.) 

(.260.) 

538. Son, born June 24, 1852 ; died in infancy. 

539. Ida G., born Dec. i, 1853 ; died Dec. 31, 1862. 

540. Carrie E., born Oct. 26, 1855 ; resides in Providence, 
R. I. 

541. Delia J., born Oct. 29, 1857 ; died Aug. 11, 1859. 

542. Florence N., born June 16, 1859; died Dec. i860. 

543. Frank, born Jan. 31, 1862; died Oct. 18, 1862. 



CHILDREN OF GUS. A. AND HARRIET S. {Easterbrooks) WIL- 
LIAMSON. (263.) 

544. Frederick, died in infancy. 

545. Arthur, died in infancy. 

546. Ida, died in infancy. 

547. Lola E., born Nov. 6, 1871. 

548. Daisy A., died Sept. 22, 1875. 

549. Walter S., born Jan. 22, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF THOS. F. AND ELLEN V. {Easterbrooks) USHER. 

(272.) 

550. Aaron Frank, born Aug. 5, 1861 ; married, March 
30, 1885, Florence L- Lindsay, of Bristol, R. I. For chil- 
dren see 771-773. 

551. Charles Herman, born Sept. 29, 1867. 



CHILDREN OF J. CRAWFORD AND MARY R. {Babcock) BROWN. 

(273-) 
552. C. Richmond, born Dec. 31, 1861 ; graduated at 
Harvard 1886 ; married, April 2, 1891, Grace F. Cutter. He 
is an electrician. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 301 

553. Wendell F., born Nov. 2, 1867. 

554. Cyrus M., born July 17, 1872. 

555. Mary S., born Feb. 22, 1876; died May 22, 1880. 



CHILDREN OF CYRUS C. AND SARAH P. {Gardner) BROWN. 

(2750 
(Born in Providence, R. I.) 

556. Cyrus P., born Aug. 28, 1872 ; married, Oct. 15, 
1890, Fanny E- Chadsey. 

557. Edward C, born Nov. 16, 1870. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS AND CYNTHIA. {Martin) ESTA- 
BROOK. (277.) 

558. Martin S., born March 15, 1815 ; married in March, 
1835, Marian Miller, who now resides in Sandwich, 111., and 
whose name is now Mrs. Johnson. He died May 2, 1852, in 
Illinois. For children see 774-775. 

559. Betsey C, born Sept. 15, 1816 ; married Oct. 26, 
1837, Orrin Peacock; he died Sept. 19. 1878, aged 68; she 
married (2d) Wm. Cole, Nov. 27, 1880 ; reside on farm in 
Greenfield, near Porter's Corners, N. Y. For children see 
776-777. 

560. Ray B., born April 15, 1819 ; died April 27, 1868, in 
New York City. He married in 1846, Julia Brower, who 
now resides in Plainfield, N. J No children. 

561. Nathaniel M,, born Aug. 5, 1821 ; married Nov. 

19, 1851, Elizabeth Curtis; died Aug. 29, 1880, at Ballston, 
N. Y. For child see 778. 

562. Sarah M., born Dec. 10, 1823 ; is a nurse and re- 
sides at Ballston, N. Y. 

563. Job Allen, born June 24, 1827 ; married (1st) Dec. 

20, 1855, Fanny Harvey ; she died, and he married (2d) 
Jan. 26, 1876, Orelia Rockefeller. For many years he was 
a machinist in railroad shops at Ballston, N. Y., and at 
East Albany, N. Y., where he is now a merchant. For 
child see 779. 



302 SE VENTH GENER A TION. 

564. Lydia C, born July 3. 1830; died Dec. 8, 1883, in 
Washington, D. C, unmarried, and is buried at Ballston, N. 
Y. 

565. Lucy H., born Jan. 13, 1835 ; married John H. Pat- 
rick, May 20, 1858 ; died April 16, 1876, in Washington, D. 
C, buried at Ballston, N. Y. No children. 

566. Thomas, born July 29, 1838 ; killed July 25, 1864, 
on R. R. at Northampton, Mass.; buried at Ballston, N. Y. 
Unmarried. 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND ALMIRA (Horion) ESTA- 
BROOK. (278.) 

567. Royal T., born Nov. 29, 1837 ; married Sept. 25, 
1861, Rose Anna, daughter of Catharine McKenna. She 
died March 22, 1862. He is a traveling salesman and re- 
sides at Albany, N. Y. 

567a. Harvey Scott, died when 15 years old. 
567b. Mary Grace, died in infancy. 
567c. Jane Elizabeth, is dead. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN W. AND MARTHA T. {Brown) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (286.) 

568. Henry Lewis, born Nov. 27, 1841 ; married Minnie 
Moyer of Lockport, N. Y. 

569. Henrietta Alice, born Aug. 15, 1843 ; married Com- 
mander S. W. Nichols, U. S. N., June 19, 1869. 

570. Edwin John Wesley, born 1846 and died in 1850. 

571. John Albert, born Aug. 6, 1852; graduated at H. 
C. , 1873; is senior member of the extensive trucking busi- 
ness of Estabrooks & Sibley, 180 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 

572. Emma Martha, born April 18, 1856. 



CHILD OF LUTHER L. AND SARAH W. (Hopkins) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (287.) 

573. Mary Jane, born March 8, 1849; married Jan. 15, 
1874, George W. Hunt, of Winchester, Vt. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 303 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE AND SALLY A. {Easterbrooks) DAVIS. 

(295-) 

574. Wm. Henry, born July 5, 1838 ; married 1873, 
Sarah S. Horton. For child see 780. 

575. George Francis, born Aug. 7, 1841 ; died Aug. 6, 
i860. 



CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND SOPHRONIA [Easterbrooks) 
FENNER. (300.) 

576. Horace, is married. 

577. Charles H., is married. 



CHILDREN OF ALLEN AND MARY E. (Smith) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (302.) 

578. Frank A., born 1852 ; married Lizzie Dean of Fall 
River, Mass. He died July 2, 1889- 

579. Ellen Russell, married Frank B. Sprague, physi- 
cian, of Providence, R. I. Have one son, Russell B. Allen 
had 9 other children who died in infancy. 



CHILDREN OF JOSIAH AND SUSAN T. [Swift) GLADDING. 

(307.) 

580. Thomas Swift, married, and is dead. 

581. Abbey How, married John Collins, shipmaster and 
collector of customs. She died 1887. For children see 781- 

783- 

582. Frank, is married. 



CHILD OF WM. P. AND CAROLINE E. {Easterbrooks) SWAN. 

(31°-) 
583. 'William F., born July, 1851 ; died in infancy. 



CHILD OF JOHN AND CAROLINE E. [Easterbrooks) GLADDING. 

(3io.) 
584. Fred R., born Sept. 16, 1864. 



304 SEVENTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF PHILIP D. AND ELIZABETH (Morris') EASTER- 
BROOKS. (311.) 

585. Caroline E., born May 20, 1852 ; died same year. 

586. Sarah S., born Nov. 20, 1854; died Sept. 14, 1855. 

587. Amanda P., born April 19, 1863 ; died Dec. 7, 1873. 

588. Philip Russell, born Dec. 7, 1865 ; married May 3, 
1884, Mary F. Brightman, who died July 20, 1888. He 
married (2d) Alice, daughter of James Howard, of Warren, 
R. I. For children see 784-785. 

589. Eliza R., born Jan. 5, 1867; married Aug. 14, 1888, 
James T. McCaughey, of Bristol, R. I. 



CHILDREN OF ABEL AND CELIA (Briggs) ESTABROOKS. 

(325-) 
(All born at Manton, R. I.) 

590. Sophronia, born in 1826 ; died Dec. 14, 1834. 

591. Frederick and Francis, born in 1835, and only 
lived six weeks. 

592. Henry Olny, born July 14, 1836; married Sept. 4, 
i860, Eunice A. Tingley, of Providence, R. I. He was of 
a sunny and genial disposition and their married life, though 
brief, was very happy and united. He was a most earnest 
and exemplary Christian, ever striving to do his Master's 
will. He was taken with hemorrhage of the lungs while 
calling on his pastor and, six weeks after, died on April 2 1 , 
1862. She resides at 40 Brighton St., Providence, R. I. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN SESSIONS AND SUSANNA (Taft) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (332.) 

593. William, bom Dec. 16, 1840; died Jan. 12, 1864. 

594. Sarah, born in Union, Ct., Oct. 22, 1842 ; married 
Abel Bates, of Webster, Mass., March 18, 1866, where they 
now reside. For children see 786-789. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 305 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM HENRY AND SUSAN {Easterbrooks) 
CHURCH. (338.) 

595. Sarah A., born May 21, 1839 ; married Geo. Burt, of 
Taunton, Mass. For child see 790. 

596. Susan M., born Jan. 4, 1841 ; married July, 1877, 
James Herrendean. Resides in Woodstock, Ct. No children. 

597. William A., born Feb. 2, 1843 ; married Ada Jones, 
of Warren, R. I. For children see 791-794. 

598. Edwin B., born Nov. 13, 1844 ; married Mrs. Abbie 
Burdick, of Quincy, Mich., where they reside. No children. 

599. Henry F., born Aug. 7, 1846 ; married Annie Dun- 
bar, of Bristol, R. I. Have four children. Resides in 
Nebraska. 

600. Emily L., born Jan. 12, 1851 ; resides in Warren, 
R. I. 

601. Clara M., born Oct., 1852; married Dec, 1876, Dr. 
Wm. McCaw, of Bristol, R. I.; reside in Providence, R. I. 
No children. 

602. Alice S., born Aug. 30, 1854 ; married Jan. 27, 1886, 
George W. Easterbrooks (259). For children see 535-537. 

603. Carrie P., born July 30, 1856 ; resides in Washing- 
D. C. 

604. Benjamin B., born June, 1858; died July, 1873. 



CHILDREN OF RUFUS D. AND SARAH (Lincoln) ARNOLD. 

(339-) 

605. Geo. Ulric, born April 24, 1845 ; married April, 
18 — , Sarah Anthony, of Richmond, R. I, He is deacon of 
First Baptist Church ; was the first and is the present li- 
brarian of Rogers Free Library ; and past grand master of 
I. O. O. F. For child see 795. 

606. Henry L., born April 24, 1845 ; resides in Leadville, 
Col. 

607. Sarah, born Feb. 10, 1847 ; died in infancy. 

608. Frederick W., born Nov. 24, 1848; died July 29, 
1856. 



306 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

609. Annie D., born March 16, 1851 ; died in infancy. 

610. Charles E.,born Aug. 17, 1855 ; died Aug. 27, i860. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND CAROLINE {Coddington) LIN- 
COLN. (341.) 

611. Ida F., born Jan. 29, 1849 ; married Jan. 1868, Joshua 
C. Dram, of Warren, R. I. Have three children, and re- 
side in Providence, R. I. 

612. Seth F., born May, 1850; married Marcy Snow, of 
Fall River, Mass., where they reside. Have three or four 
children. 

613. Sarah I., born Dec, 1856. 



CHILD OF THOMAS H. AND MARY {Gray) JENKINS. (344-) 
614. Horace, born May 29, 1868. 



CHILDREN OF ISRAEL P. AND MARY F. (Easterbrooks) GARD- 
NER. (345-) 

615. I. Willard, born June 4, 1873. 

616. Clifford M., born Nov. 11, 1875. 

617. Ruth L., born March 27, 1888. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND CAROLINE {Bagg) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (349.) 

618. Henrietta, born at Little Falls, N. Y., Nov. 1833 ; 
died at Herkimer, unmarried, 1856. 

619. Nathan, born at Herkimer, N. Y., March 30, 
1836 ; married Mary Catharine Feeter, of Little Falls, Her- 
kimer Co., N. Y., Oct. 4, 1864. He enlisted April 15, 1861, 
and was appointed quarter master of the 34th N. Y. Vol. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 307 

Infantry ; was subsequently appointed acting assistant ad- 
jutant general of 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, 2nd Corps, and 
participated in all the battles of that famous organization up 
to Gettysburg, served the full period of his enlistment and 
was honorably discharged June 30, 1863. He is Pres- 
ident of the Chamber of Commerce of New Haven, Conn., 
and Vice-President of the Gen. David Humphrey's Branch 
Society of the Sons of the American Revolution of Con- 
necticut, Director of the General Hospital of New Haven, 
and member of the Executive Committee of the Republican 
League of that city. Resides at New Haven, Conn. For 
children see 796-799. 

620. Edward, born at Herkimer, N. Y., June 12, 1838; 
served a full term of three years as a soldier in the 44th Reg- 
iment N. Y. Vol. Infantry (otherwise known as the People's 
Ellsworth avengers). Died at Cornwall, Ontario, Ca., Nov. 
1889, unmarried. 

621. Emma Jane, born at Herkimer, N. Y., March 5, 
1840; died at Cornwall, Canada, unmarried, 1888. 

622. Francis, born at Herkimer, N. Y., in April, 1854; 
resides at Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. 

623. Frederick, born at Herkimer, N. Y., Feb. 1856 ; re- 
sides at Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. 



CHILDREN OF CRAMER A. AND SARAH A. (Fish) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (358.) 

(All born at Warren, R. I.) 

624. Nellie A., born May 24, 1864; married Dec. 10, 
1884, James, sou of Capt. Allen and Mary Usher, of Bristol, 
R. L; reside in Providence, R. I. 

625. Jennie B., born May 24, 1864 ; died in infancy. 

626. Jennie M., born May 5, 1870 ; graduated at High 
School, Bristol, R. I., in June, 1888. 



20 



3°8 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE L. AND SUSAN E. {McAfee) ESTA- 
BROOK. (370.) 

627. Charles B.,'born April 16, 1856 ; running a photo- 
graph gallery at 711 Market Space, Washington, D. C. ; 
married June 13, 1882, at Athens, Pa., Stella A. Smith, of 
Athens. 

628. Frank L., born April 25, 1863, at Athens, Pa.; 
graduated at Athens, June 13, 1881 ; is a stenographer with 
Harrison Safety Boiler Works at Germantown Junction, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

629. George L., born at Athens, Pa., March 10, 1866; 
graduated at Athens, June 13, 1881 ; stenographer with the 
Virginia Mineral Trust Co., 139 South Fourth St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. P. O. address is 1728 North 15th St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

630. Howard W., born at Athens, Pa., March 30, 1878. 



CHILD OF JOHN H. AND RILLA B {Tanner) EASTABROOKS. 

(384.) 
631. Albert R., born about 1880. 



CHILDREN OF ELMER F. AND CLARA B. {Eastabrooks) STE- 
VENS. (396.) 

632. Walter B., born Feb. 10, 1873. 

633. Fred E., born May 21, 1877. 

634. Floyd, born Jan. 2, 1885. 



CHILD OF FRANK E. P. AND ELLA {Stevens) EASTABROOKS. 

(398.) 
635. Mildred, born April 19, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF JESSE P. AND RACHAEL {Eastabrooks) CARL. 

636. Robert, born Dec. 12, 1873. 

637. Gardner, born Aug., 1876. 

638. Frank, born 1883. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 309 

CHILDREN OF NATHANIEL AND LOVINNIA [Carl) BEARDS- 
LEY. (402.) 

639. Frank J., born Oct. 28, 1866. 

640. Ella A., born Sept. 16, 1870; died Oct. 23, 1872. 

641. Guy Lewis, born Dec. 6, 1874. 



CHILDREN OF EDGAR AND ELIZA M. (Carl) BENNETT. (404.) 

642. Jesse, born Sept. 9, 1870. 

643. Henry. 

644. Mirtie. 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND MARY J. {Carl) POTTER. (405.) 

645. Lorin R., born July, 1866; died at the Soldiers' Or- 
phans School. 

646. William, born March, 1868. 

647. Maud A., born Dec. 6, 1872. 



CHILDREN OF BURTON AND MARY J. (Carl-Potter) STEVENS. 

648. Claud. 

649. Elizabeth. 

650. Garry N., born March 17, 1880; he has been adopted 
by Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Beardsley, of Owego, N. Y. (402.) 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD A. AND MAGGIE (Smith) CARL. (406.). 

651. Howard. 

652. Sidney Smith. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH M. AND MARY E. (Eastabrooks) DAWES.. 

(409-) 

653. Carrie Ophelia, born in Windham, Pa., Nov. 24, 
1862 ; married June 24, 1885, Wm. S. Hollister, of Owego, 
N. Y., where they reside. For child see 800. 

654. Etta Eliza, born in Windham, Pa., Aug. 11, 1865. 



310 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

655. Charles Nelson, born in Windham, Pa., Dec. 3, 
1867 ; died April 25, 1881 ; buried at Orwell, Pa. 

656. Alice Elvira, born in Windham, Pa., June 8, 1870. 

657. Mina Joanna, born in Orwell, Pa., July 6, 1873; 
died April 12, 1881, at Owego, N. Y., and buried at Orwell, 
Pa. 

658. Mary Lydia, born in Orwell, Pa., Nov. 22, 1876. 

659. Leslie Carl, born at Owego, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1882. 

660. Joseph Leo, born at Owego, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1885. 



CHILD OF WM. N. AND VIOLA G. {Murdoch) EASTABROOK. 

(4I3-) 

661. Alice I., born Oct. 2, 1869, at Elmira, N. Y., where 
she resides. 

CHILDREN OF LUCIUS G. AND MARIA (Hastings) PRATT. 

(416.) 

662. Emma Louise, born Nov. 3, 1849 ; married Arthur 
Carroll, Oct. 2, 1873. For children see 801-803. 

663. Chas. Stewart, born June 24, 1851 ; died May 15, 

1855- 

664. William L., born Nov. 15, 1852; died April 27, 

1882. 

665. A. Stewart, born Sept. 3, 1861 ; married, Nov. 25, 
1884, Josephine A. Stewart. For child see 804. 

666. Herbert G., born Feb. 16, 1864. 

667. Elsie Fay, born Dec. 5, 1870. 

668. Frederick S., born Aug. 27, 1872. 



CHILDREN OF DANIEL S. AND KATE ( Wright) PRATT. (417.) 

669. Charles S., born July 28, 1855 ; died Aug. 28, 1856. 

670. Edmund R., born Oct. 2, 1857; married Hattie 
Brazor. 

671. Mary Alice, born Nov. 23, 1859. 

672. Carrie M., born Nov. 29, 1861 ; died Jan. 16, 1865. 

673. W alter S., born July 25, 1870. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOG V. 311 

CHILDREN OF OSCAR J. AND SARAH ( Woodcock) PRATT. (418.) 

674. George S., born Feb. 14, 1857; married Maria C. 
Cook, July 20, 1882. 

675. Arthur J., born July 7, 1863 ; married Kate Hough- 
ton, Nov. 27, 1884. 

CHILD OP GEORGE AND MARY A. (Pratt) DOWLEY. (419.) 

676. Alice. 

CHILD OF BARNA A. AND HELEN C. (Bullock) CLARK. (422.) 

677. William B., born Dec. 15, i860. 



CHILD OF OSCAR D. AND ELLA C. ( Weatherell) ESTERBROOK. 

(423-) 
678. Edith M., born May 7, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF AZOR AND ANN E. (Esterbrook) MARSHALL. 

(424.) 

679. Stella E., born Dec. 27, 1855 ; married F. K. Bar- 
rows, June 21, 1877. 

680. Oscar A., born Aug. 9. 1858 ; married Katharine R. 
Brooks, Sept. 25, 1883. He is cashier of The People's Na- 
tional Bank of Brattleboro, Vt., where he resides. For chil- 
dren see 805-806. 



CHILD OF SILAS A. AND MARIA F. (Fessenden) HILL. (425-) 
681. Charles A., born Aug. 31, 1852. 



CHILDREN OF EBENEZER AND JANE E. (Fessenden) STEB- 
BINS. (427-) 

682. Jennie M., born Jan. 29, 1857; married Wm. F. 
Whitney, March 8, 1877. For children see 807-810. 

683. Hatty H., born Feb. 28, 1868 ; died July 30, 1875. 



S 1 2 EIGHTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF GEORGE E. AND NINA (McConley) FESSENDEN. 

(429-) 

684. Nora E., born Sept. 25, 1879. 

685. James A., born April 24, 1881. 

686. Alferetta E., born July 9, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES S. AND SYBEL D. {Cotton) HOUGHTON. 

(431- ) 

687. Henry Everett, born Sept. 12, 1869. 

688. Jessie M., born Feb. 20, 1871. 

689. James W., born Oct. 22, 1873. 



CHILDREN OF EDWARD S. AND ELLA S. {Houghton) FOSTER. 

(433- ) 

690. Frank H., born Sept. 10, 1869. 

691. Henry S., born May 15, 1871. 

692. George E., born Aug. 13, 1872. 

693. Louise B., born Aug. 13, 1876. 

694. Carl H., born Jan. 3, 1883. 

695. Grace A., born Feb. 23, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF GEORGE K. AND ALLIE L. {Esterbrook) BOCK- 
INS. (438.) 

696. Maud Estelle, born Oct. 1, 1881. 

697. James French, born Jan. 30, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF H. W. AND LUCY {Esterbrook) SIMONDS. (439.) 

698. Minnie L., born June 13, 1863 ; died Sept. 7, 1863. 

699. Jennie L., born June 13, 1863 ; died Sept. 9, 1863. 

700. James H., born Dec. 24, 1866. 



CHILD OF LUCIUS H. AND MARY A. {Esterbrook) RICHARD- 
SON. (447-) 

701. Charles W., born in 1868. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 313 

CHILDREN OF THOMAS F. AND SARAH F. {Jones) GANE. 

702. Henry S., born May 30, 1869. 

703. Frederick M., born March 10, 1871. 

704. Gertrude, born June 22, 1873. 

705. Marguerite, born May 19, 1875. 

706. Marjory, born March 8, 1880. 



CHILD OF GEORGE A. AND ELIZABETH {Palmer) GANE. 

(452.) 
707. Stewart, born March 10, 1881. 



CHILD OF ROBERT AND EMMA S. ( Tilden) DUNHAM. (453.) 
708. Charles, born June 22, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF H. W. AND JULIA ( Tilden) SIMONDS. (454. ) 

709. Arthur P., born Nov. 21, 1875. 

710. Lucy May, born Dec. 26, 1877. 



CHILD OF AARON B. AND MINNIE {Ray) ESTERBROOK. (458.) 
711. Joseph Royal, born Jan. 10, 1888. 



CHILD OF WILLIAM A. AND EVA M. {Esterbrook) LADD. (459.) 
712. Clarence E., born May 3, 1885. 



CHILD OF JOHN AND ANNA {Shepardson) PRESTON. (460.) 
713. Charles, born July 22, 1878. 



CHILDREN OF CHAUNCEY U. ESTABROOK. (463.) 

714. Frank R. 

715. George W. 

716. Kittie B. 

717. John L. 

718. Bert U. 

(All reside in Detroit, Mich.) 



314 EIGHTH GENERATION. 

CHILD OF F. M. AND M. J. (Wylie) ESTERBROOKS. (473-) 
719. Herbert R., born in 1871. 



CHILD OF GARDNER AND MARY A. {Coggeshall) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (477-) 

720. Mary E. C, born July 11, 1853; died Jan. 12, 1854. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN D. AND LYDIA I. (Esterbrooks) DIMOND. 

(481, 522-) 

721. Harriet G., born Dec. 15, 1865; married, June 11, 
1 891, Edward G. Easterbrooks (534). 

722. Royal, born March 29, 1875 ; died May 10, 1877. 

723. John D., born May 31, 1876. 

724. Gertrude L., born Dec. 23, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND LYDIA {Easterbrooks) DsCOSTA. 

(486.) 

725. Rosina M., born Sept. 3, 1848 ; married Henry Card, 
Dec. 25, 1867. For child see 8 1 1 . 

726. Mary E., born Dec. 1, 1852 ; married, Nov. 19, 1873, 
James Hoard (born Feb. 23, 1843). He was a soldier in the 
rebellion and lost an arm there, and is now chief of police 
of Bristol, R. I. For children see 812-815. 

727. Henry L.., born May 20, 1855 ; married Emma Schu- 
macher. For child see 816. 

728. Lydia S., born Nov. 14, 1871 ; died Feb. 6, 1887. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND HARRIET (Cook) PEARSE. 

(487.) 

729. Hattie C, born 1862 ; died Feb. 9, 1865. 

730. Lena, born July 8, 1864 ; married Sept. 17, 1886, 
Geo. F. Goe. Reside at Attleboro, Mass. 

731. Marcy, born April 1, 1866; married June 7, 1887, 
Frank M. Gifford. For child see 817. 

732. James E., born Jan. 17, 1875. 
And three others who died in infancy. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 315 

CHILDREN OP WM. H. AND ELLA F. {Smith) COOK. 

733. Harriet E., born Oct. 16, 1871. 

734. Minnie T., born Dec. 1, 1872. 



CHILD OF JAMES H. AND CAROLINE F. {Truman) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (490.) 

735. Walter E., born Jan. 26, 1872. 



CHILDREN OF WM. AND BETSEY {Easterbrooks) HALL. 

(495- ) 

736. Preston, born Feb. 28, 1868. 

737. Frank L., born Feb. 4, 1870. 

738. Hattie L., born Aug. 6, 1876. 

739. Benjamin M., born April 18, 1880. 



CHILD OF ELMER AND ALICE P. {Easterbrooks) CURTIS. (496.) 
740. William E., born 1877. 



CHILDREN OF GILES W. AND ANNIE W. {Sager) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (498.) 

741. Annie S., born 1879. 

742. William Y., born 1880; died. 

743. William Y., born 1881. 

744. Henry S., born 1883. 

745. Charlotte S., born 1886. 



CHILDREN OF CHARLES L. AND ISABEL N. {Easterbrooks) 
BURTON. (503.) 

746. Charles W., born Jan. 23, 1862. 

747. Crawford E,, born July 12, 1865. 

748. Maria L. , born Dec. 13, 1867. 



3 1 6 EIGHTTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT A. AND MARIA L. E. {Easterbrooks) 
MUNROE. (506.) 

749. Eveline A., born Aug. 13, 1871. 

750. Isabel J., born Feb. 23, 1878. 



CHILD OF ANDREW J. AND SARAH E. (Easterbrooks) SHER- 
MAN. (508.) 

751. William S., born July 3, 1877. 



CHILDREN OF OLIVER S. AND SUSAN E. (Tilley) WARNER. 

(512.) 

752. Mary Gertrude, born at Akron, O., Aug. 9, 1873. 

753. Kate Lillian, born at Akron, O., July 9, 1875. 

754. George David, born at Washington, D. C, Jan. 20, 
1878 ; died April 17, 1878. 

755. Susan Jane, born at Akron, O., Dec. 3, 1879. 



CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN F. AND EMILY E. (Williamson) 
TILLEY. (514.) 

756. Carrie W. , born at Portsmouth, Va., 1879. 

757. Benjamin, born at Annapolis, Md., 1886. 

758. Emily, born at Annapolis, Md., 1888. 



CHILD OF WM. A. AND KATE M. (Tilley) ALLEN. (515.) 
759. Bessie M., born Aug. 24, 1879. 



CHILDREN OF WM. H. AND MARTHA M. (Dimond) WARREN. 

(5I9-) 

760. William H., born May 31, 1845 ; drowned 1861. 

761. Mary E., born April 10, 1848 ; died in infancy. 

762. Henry D., born May 30, 1850 ; married and had one 
child, a daughter. He was lost on Jeannette Expedition, 
i88i(?) 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 317 

CHILD OF S. P. AND MARTHA M. {Dimond) BURDICT. (519.) 
763. S. Dimond, born Jan. 22, 1863 ; died May, 1889. 



NINTH GENERATION. 



CHILDREN OF J. C. AND GERTRUDE D. {Easterbrooks) SALIS- 
BURY. (530.) 



764. Mabel B., born Jan. 9, 1876. 

765. Kate D., born Oct. 3, 1878. 

766. George C, born July 25, 1880. 

767. James W., born June 7, 1886. 



CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND HARRIET M. {Easterbrooks) 
BUNN. (531.) 



768. Arthur S., born Sept. 11, 1886. 

769. Edward, born Aug. 3, 1887 (?). 



CHILD OF JOHN H. AND ANNE {Tilley) EASTERBROOKS. 

(533-) 
770. Clara, born Nov. 24, 1884. 



CHILDREN OF AARON F. AND FLORENCE L. {Lindsay) USHER. 

(55o.) 

771. Elizabeth W., born March 14, 1886. 

772. Ellen V., born Feb. 10, 1889. 

773. Aaron F., born Jan. 17, 1890; died same year. 



CHILDREN OF MARTIN S. AND MARIAN [Miller) ESTABROOK. 

(558.) 

774. Adelbert, born in 1847; resides in Chicago, 111. 

775. Emma, married a Mr. Stockholm ; died at Sandwich, 
111., about 1887, aged 33. 



3 i8 NINTH GENERATION. 

CHILDREN OF ORRIN AND BETSEY (Estabrook) PEACOCK. 

(559-) 

776. Augusta L., born July 29, 1840; resides in Green- 
field, N. Y., with her mother, Mrs. Cole. 

777. Horace E., born March 11, 1847; resides in Green- 
field, N. Y. ; he married, about 1873, Josephine Archer 
(born Oct. 31, 1852). For children see 818-822. 



CHILD OF NATHANIEL M. AND ELIZABETH {Curtis) ESTA- 
BROOK. (561.) 

778. Estelle, born in Aug., 1852 ; resides in Ballston, N. Y. 



CHILD OF JOB A. AND ORELIA {Rockefeller) ESTABROOK. 

(563.) 
779. Cora, born Feb. 8, 1877, Albany, N. Y. 



CHILD OF WM. HENRY AND SARAH S. {Horton) DAVIS. (574-) 
780. George F., born Oct. 2, 1876. 



CHILDREN OF JOHN AND ABBEY H. {Gladding) COLLINS. 

(58i.) 

781. Susan, married, 1887, Rev. W. Sheaf Chase, rector 
of St. James church, Woonsocket, R. I. 

782. John. 

783. Robert. __ 

CHILDREN OF PHILIP R. AND MARY F. {Brightman) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (588.) 

784. Myrtie R., born Sept. 19, 1885; died Feb. 16, 1887. 

785. Nettie May, born April 28, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF ABEL AND SARAH {Estabrooks) BATES. (594.) 

786. John Nelson, born Sept. 11, 1869; died Nov. 4, 1881, 
of diphtheria. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 319 

787. L., born Dec. 26, 1873. 

788. Carrie L., born Nov. 1, 1876; died Oct. 7, 1881; of 
diphtheria. 

789. Elsie Lucia, born April 22, 1883. 



CHILD OF GEORGE AND SARAH A. {Church) BURT. (595.) 
790 George, born April, 1873. 



CHILDREN OF WM. A. AND ADA {Jones) CHURCH. (597.) 

791. Ada, born March, 1873. 

793. Benjamin, born 1875. 

794. Sarah, born May, 1877. 



CHILD OF GEORGE U. AND SARAH {Anthony) ARNOLD. (605. 
795. Frederick A., born Dec. 26, 1868. 



CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND MARY C. {Feeter) EASTER- 
BROOK. (619.) 

(All born at New Haven, Conn.) 

796. John Feeter, born Sept. 1867 ; graduated at Yale 
University, 1888, as Ph.B. ; resides in Chicago, 111. 

797. Frederick James, born Dec. 14, 1870; graduated at 
Yale University, 1891, as Ph.B. ; resides in Chicago, 111. 

798. Robert Thomas, born in Nov. 1876. 

799. Edith, born Aug. 31, 1882. 



CHILD OF WM. S. AND CARRIE O. {Dawes) HOLLISTER. 

(653-) 
800. LeRoy A., born at Owego, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1887. 



320 NINTH GENERA TION. 

CHILDREN OF ARTHUR AND EMMA L. (Pratt) CARROLL. 

(662.) 

801. Ruth W., born Aug. 3, 1874. 

802. Howard H., born June 19, 1877. 

803. Ellen Stewart, born Feb. 12, 1879. 



CHILD OF A. STEWART AND JOSEPHINE (Stewart) PRATT. 

(665.) 
804. Eleana Frances, born Sept. 18, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF OSCAR A. AND KATHARINE R. (Brooks) MAR- 
SHALL. (680.) 

805. Elizabeth Gladden, born Sept. 30, 1885. 

806. Brooks, born Nov. 1, 1888. 



CHILDREN OF WM. F. AND JENNIE M. (Stebbins) WHITNEY. 

(682.) 

807. Albert Stebbins, born Jan. 2, 1878. 

808. Frederick W., born July 24, 1879. 

809. Charles F., born Aug. 10, 1882. 

810. Hattie Belle, born Nov. 12, 1884. 



CHILD OF HENRY AND ROSINA M. (DeCosta) CARD. (725.) 
811. Arthur, born June 21, 1870. 



CHILDREN OF JAMES AND MARY E. (DeCosta) HOARD. (726.) 

812. Mabel Gardener, born Dec. 7, 1874. 

813. James, born Feb. 13, 1877. 

814. Walter Everett, born April 18, 1879. 

815. George Clinton, born Feb. 9, 1890. 



CHILD OF HENRY L. AND EMMA (Schumacher) DuCOSTA. 

(727.) 
816. Sarah, born Dec. 14, 1879. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 321 

CHILD OF FRANK M. AND MARCY (Pearse) GIFFORD. (731.) 
817. Harriet L., born June 28, 1891. 



CHILDREN OF HORACE AND JOSEPHINE {Archer) PEACOCK. 

(777-) 
(All born and reside on Estabrook homestead in Greenfield, N. Y.) 

818. Frank A., born Aug. 24, 1874. 

819. May A., born Feb. 20, 1876. 

820. Fannie M., born Dec. 30, 1877. 

821. Lottie B., born Feb. 4, 1883. 

822. Lucy E., born Feb. 27, 1885. 



ISAAC EASTERBROOKS' DESCENDANTS. 



i. Isaac Easterbrooks, born in Barnstable, Mass., April 
9, 1796; married, Nov. 5, 1820, Susanna (Marsh) Lincoln, 
(born in Hinghatn, Mass., Aug. 13, 1799, and died Nov. 1, 
1831.) He married (2d,) Jan. 28, 1833, Louisa Easterbrook, 
of Barnstable. He ran a coasting vessel from H. to the 
Provinces. He died in H. Jan. 18, 1835, of heart disease. 



CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND SUSANNA {Lincoln) EASTER- 
BROOKS. 

2. Isaac, born Sept. 17, 1821, at Hingham, Mass. ; in 
1834 he went to Boston and served eight years apprentice- 
ship to the carpenter's trade, and carried on business in that 
city up to within two years of his death, at which time he 
retired with good esteem of all who knew him. He married, 
Oct. 27, 1846, Caroline Atwood Lewis, 3d daughter of Elijah 
W. Lewis, (born in Hingham, Sept. 23, 1823, and died in Bos- 
ton, Jan 8, 1886). Elijah Lewis was brother of Hosea Lewis, 
father of Ida Lewis, the Lime Rock light house heroine. 
Isaac died in Boston June 6, 1885. For children see 7-8. 

3. Susan Marsh, born Aug. 13, 1823 ; died Aug. 28, 1825. 

4. Charles Gorham, born Aug. 13, 1825 ; married, June 
6, 1850, Flora Drew Humphrey, (born Aug. 26, 1830). Edi- 
tor of Weymouth Gazette, Resides at Weymouth, Mass. 
Was formerly editor of Abington Standard and Milford Jour- 
nal. 

5. Joseph, born Sept. 12, 1827 ; died at Hingham, Mass., 
May 8, 1879. He was for many years editor of Hingham 
Journal and was a successful printer. 

6. Susan Marsh, born Dec. 11, 1829; died at Hingham, 
Feb. 19, 1879. 



EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 323 

CHILDREN OK ISAAC AND CAROLINE A. (Lewis) EASTER- 
BROOKS. (2.) 

7. Isaac Henry, born in Boston, May 23, 1849 ; married, 
Oct. 5, 1872, Annie Patten Preble, of Cherryfield, Me. (born 
Oct. 5, 1846; and died at Hingham, Mass., Feb. 15, 1876, 
leaving no children). Since 1876 he has been a resident of 
Diamond Hill, Rhode Island. He married (2d) May 1, 1879, 
Emma Frances Davis (born at Dudley, Mass., Dec. 22, 1852, 
a niece of Hezekiah Conant, of Conant Thread Company, of 
Pawtucket, R. I.) Resides in Dudley, Mass. ; P. O. address, 
Box 491, Webster, Mass. Her grandmother, Elizabeth 
Eaton Lamed, lived to be over one hundred years of age and 
died in July, 1890, at Central Falls, R. I. He was elected 
to the Senate of Rhode Island from town of Cumberland for 
three successive years. The first two years served on Com- 
mittee on Education. The third, appointed by Gov. Davis 
a member of the Judiciary Committee of the Senate, and 
had for associates the then Lieut. -Gov. , Samuel R. Honey, 
the present Lieut. -Gov. Stearns, the Junior U. S. Senator, 
N. F. Dixon, and Congressman-elect Oscar Lapham. As a 
member of the Judiciary Committee, attended the hearing 
in 1887 as to division of town of South Kingston. Although 
a Democrat he enjoyed the confidence and esteem of all par- 
ties ; and during his political career in Rhode Island was 
never asked by his constituents to do anything which his 
conscience did not approve. Fitted for Harvard College at 
Boston Latin School, but on account of ill health entered the 
Massachusetts Agricultural College at Amherst, where he 
was graduated in 1872 in same class as Director C. O Flagg, 
of the Rhode Island Experiment Station. For children see 

9-15- 

8. Carrie Marsh, born in Boston, Oct. 25, 1859; died in 

Hingham, Sept. 4. 1864. 



324 EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC H. AND EMMA F. {Davis) EASTER- 
BROOK. (7.) 

9. Mary Louise, born in Cumberland, R. I., Jan. 6, 1880. 

10. Eliot Davis, born in Cumberland Nov. 12, 1881 ; died 
Oct. 3, 1888. 

n. Caroline Elizabeth, born in Cumberland Dec. 17, 
1883. 

12. Bertha, born in Cumberland Jan . 30, 1886. 

13. Isaac Harold, born in Cumberland Aug. 18, 1887. 
14-15. Ruth Davis, Ralph Lewis, born in Dudley, 

Mass., Oct. 5, 1889. 
(All reside at Webster, Mass.) 



RICHARD ESTABROOKS' DESCENDANTS. 



(He married July 7, 1788, Hannah Fuller.) 

1. Marshall, born Sept. 19, 1791 ; married at Sherburne, 
Vt, March 9, 1818, Mary Dain, of Stockbridge, Vt. He 
died. He was in Sherburne, Vt., in 1813. 

2. Thomas Westly, born May 7, 1793 ; married Dec. 6, 
1821, Nancy Colton. In 1814 he took the freeman's oath at 
Sherburne, Vt. He died Aug. 17, 1880; she died Nov. 17, 
1890. For children see 9-14. 

3. 'Wary, born Feb. 15, 1795 ; he is dead. 

4. Richard, born Nov. 10, 1798; married May 11, 1823, 
Dorcas Colton, at Sherburne, Vt. He died June 3, 1889. 
For children see 15-26. 

5. Priscilla, born Aug. 29, 1800; living in 1891. 

6. Darius, born Aug. 19, 1802 ; he is dead. 

7. Eliza, born Aug. 30, 1804 ; she is dead. 

8. Jemima, born Feb. 9, 1807 ; she is dead. 



CHILDREN OF THOMAS W. AND NANCY {Colton) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (2). 

9. Andrew F., born Nov. 20, 1822 ; resides at Sherburne, 
Vt. 

10. Alphonso W., born July 1, 1825. 

11. Alonzo T. , born Aug. 7, 1827. 

12. Ambrose D., born at Sherburne, Vt., Aug. 13, 1829 ; 
married at Mt. Holly, Vt., Jan. 1, 1852, L-ydia h- Wheeler, 
(born in Mt. Holly, Vt., July 4, 1829), by Rev. Daniel 
Parker; resided at Newberry, O., and in 1852-3 moved to 
Sherburne, Vt., where he now resides. For children see 
27-30. 

13. Meribah N., (daughter) born May 15, 1833. 

14. Gilman L., born Dec. 12, 1837, at Sherburne, Vt.; 



326 ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 

married in S. 186-, Marcia A. Hastings (born in S. Jan. 26, 
1842), by Rev. B. F. Summerbell. For children see 31-34- 
(All farmers and reside at Sherburne, Vt.) 



CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND DORCAS (Cotton) ESTABROOK. 

(4.) 
All born in Sherburne, Vt. 

15. Douglas S., married at Rutland, Vt., May 21, 1851, 
Roselinda Walker, by Rev. H. H. Sanderson. 

16. Eli D., born Oct. 2, 1825 ; married in Sherburne, Vt., 
in 1847, Caroline Williams, who died in 1856, buried in S. 
He married (2d) in Rutland, Vt., Nov. 15, 1859, Nancy J. 
Hutchins, who was born Oct. 22, 1829, and died Jan. 21, 
.1877, buried in Pittsfield, Vt.; her mother's name was Amy 
Hutchins. He married (3d) in Rutland, Feb. 21, 1878, 
Mrs. Celia E. Stockwell, (born Aug. 13, 1838), daughter of 
Horace and Fanny Douglas. For children see 35-36. 

17. A. D., married at Ludlow, Vt., Jan. 29, 1852, Miss 
Miriam Walker. 

18. Dalston, married Eunice Whitcomb ; she died Nov., 
1878, buried in Sherburne, Vt. 

19. Danford M., married April, 1881, Margaret O'Ronke. 

20. Hannah A., married a Moore. 
2i, Harriet, married a Smith. 

22. Clara, married a Somers, (deceased). 

23. Merrick, scalded when a small child. 

24. Marcus M., married Emma Paul. 

25. Luther. 

26. Merrick G., born April 12, 1849; married Flora 
Shaw ; reside in Jamaica Plains, Mass. 



CHILDREN OF AMBROSE D. AND LYDIA L. ( Wheeler) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (12.) 

27. Marcia A., born Mt. Holly, Jan. 27, 1855 ; married, 
Dec. 4, 1872, William D. Johnson. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 327 

28. Clarence O., born at Newberry, Ohio, Aug. 28, 1856; 
married Nov. 6, 1889, Miss Dane Gifford, of Lowell; resides, 
10 Hazelton St., Lowell, Mass. 

29. Henry G., born in Ohio, June 28, 1858 ; married Dec. 
11, 1884, Elsie M. Abbott; resides in Rogers Park, 111. 

30. Morton D., born March 28, 1862, in Mt. Holly. 



CHILDREN OF GILMAN L. AND MARCIA A. (Hastings) ESTA- 
BROOKS. (14.) 

31. Jennie A., born at Plymouth, Vt., May 14, 1863; 
married at Rutland, Vt.. Oct. 20, 1886, Rosto E. Colton, by 
Rev. R. A. Reese ; she died May 15, 1890 ; buried in Sher- 
burne Cemetery. 

32. Loren W., born in Sherburne, Vt., June 1, 1865. 

33. Alice N., born in Sherburne, Vt., June 7, 1867 ; mar- 
ried in Rutland, Vt., Oct. 5, 1887, Frank N. Johnson, by 
Pev. C. A. Reese. 

34. Belle R., born in Sherburne, Vt., Dec. 11, 1873; re- 
sides at Sherburne, Vt. 



CHILD OF ELI D. AND CAROLINE f Williams) ESTABROOK. 

(16.) 

35. Clarence, born 1848, and died in 1857, Sherburne, 
Vt. 

CHILD OF ELI D. AND NANCY J. (Hutchins) ESTABROOK. 

(16.) 

36. Grace A., born in Sherburne, Vt., April 14, 1863. 



CHILDREN OF ELISHA ESTABROOKS, OF SHERBURNE, VT. 

1. Abby C, born April 13, 1802, in New York State. 

2. Nathaniel Cary, born May 2, 1806. 

3. Robert, born May 6, 1809. 

4. Almira, born June 15, 181 1. 



328 ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 

Samuel Estabrook and Orpha S. Davis were married 
May 4, 1843, at Ashby, Mass. She died Aug. 10, 1868. 
Samuel died Nov. 23, 1879. They had : 

G. F., died Jan. n, 1845. 

Francis D., born Dec. 24, 1847; died Feb. 24, 1876. 



Samuel Estabrook, and Lucinda Hayward were married 
at Ashby, Mass., Nov. 28, 1845 ; she died Feb. 19, 1859 ; he 
died Aug. 18, 1875. Had : 

Lucy F., born May 8, 1847. 

Henry A., born June 23, 1850. 

Emily A., born Nov. 3, 1855. 

Fred H., born Feb. 1, 1859 ; married June i, 1882, Emma 
J. Jefts. 

William S. and Elvira Estabrook, of Ashby, Mass., had : 
Henrietta, born Nov. 10, 1855 ; married Sept. 1, 1880, 

Arthur Willard. 

Mary E., born March 25, 1861 ; married Sept. 4, 1881, 

Edward W. Lawrence. 



Joseph Estabrook and Abigail Lawrence were married 
Oct. 12, 1820; she died June 11, 1865; he died Nov. u, 
1882. They had at New Ipswick, N. H. : 

John C, born June 17, 1822 ; died June 3, 1857, at Ash- 
by, Mass. 

Harriet, born March 25, 1824. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM ESTABEOOKS. 

1. Albert, of San Francisco (deceased). 

2. James (deceased). He had a son, William A. (born 
in Sackville, N. B.), who married June 1, 1872, Emma A. 

, and resided in Wilton, N. H., where he died March 21, 

1873, and where his widow now resides. William A. had a 
cousin, John, who was a conductor on the Boston & Maine 
R. R. , but is now dead. 



ESTABROOK GENEALOGY. 329 

3. Edward Chandler, carpenter, born in Sackville, N. B., 
Aug. 9, 1836; married June 24, 1862, Mary Jane, daughter 
of James and Elvira Ferguson, of Amherst, Nova Scotia, 
(born April 5, 1842, at A.) Resided in Massachusetts since 
1862. Children: 

Nina Louise, born in Stoneham, Mass, July 5, 1868 ; re- 
sides at 94 Monument St., Charlestown, Mass. 

Annie Maude, born in Stoneham, Mass., Jan. 13, 1871 ; 
married May 9, 1888, at Charlestown, Mass., Cyrus Willis 
Hadley, clerk, of Belfast, Me. He was born Sept. 1866, in 
Belfast, Me., and is a son of Stephen P. and Abbie Ruth 
Hadley. 

Sarah Luva, born in Sackville, N. B., June 18, 1876. 



Charles Turner Estabrook, born in Fredericton, N. B., 
Aug. 31, 1845 ; when 14 years of age moved to Calais, Me., 
where he made his home until 1873, when he entered the 
ministry of the M. E. Church, in which he did grand ser- 
vice until the Master called him from labor to rest. He 
married Sarah C. Kelsey, of Calais, Me. He died at Ed- 
munds, Me., Dec. 4, 1879. She married, Oct. 4, 1885, Rev. 
Charles E. Libby, Ph.B., president of Rust University, 
Holly Springs, Miss. Children : 

Fred Clinton, born Aug. 28, 1865; he is in Boston, 
Mass. , and is an exceptionally promising young man. 

Frank Earnest, born Sept. 27, 1867 ; died Feb. 4, 1868. 



Samuel Easterbrooks, Jr., and Hannah Sillaway, (both 
of Haverhill, Mass.), were married there June 16, 1784, and 
had : 

Joseph, born May 17, 1786. 

Abigail, born Nov. 12, 1788. 

Samuel, born March 20, 1792. 



SON OF DAVID AND DIANA {Rogers) EASTABROOKS. 
(Married Sept. I, 1791.) 
David, born at Warren, R. I., April 11, 1793. 



330 EASTERBROOKS GENEALOGY. 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND POLLY EASTERBROOKS. 

William, born Feb. 5, 1761 ; married Lois Kelly, Oct. 14, 
1798. 

Amos, born Feb. 7, 1785. 

Nancy, born Dec. 13, 1789; married Oct. 20, 1805, Clark 
Parker. 

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND MERCY EASTERBROOKS. 

Sally W., born Nov. 13, 1816. 
Mary, born Dec. 7, 1818. 
Abby, born March 14, 1821. 
James, born April 28, 1823. 



CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND AMY C. EASTERBROOKS. 

William, born April 17, 1825. 
James, born Nov. 29, 1828. 
Levi, born April 10, 1831. 



Benony Easterbrooks, married Jan. 1, 1727, at Swansea, 
Alethea Luther. He died Dec. 22, 1762. 



CHILDREN OF MARTIN AND AMY (Cole) EASTERBROOKS. 

(Married March 5, 1780.) 

Josephine, married Almy C. Luther. 
Sally, born Feb. 20, 1781 ; married Nov. 6, 1798, Jonathan 
Munroe. 



CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND LOUISA EASTERBROOKS. 

William, born Sept. 15, 1800. 
Martin, born Oct. 14, 1802. 
George, born March 7, 1807. 



APPENDIX. 



The following are extracts from the records at Newtown, 
Wales : 

Thomas Estbrok (sic) was ordained " accolytus "* in the 
parish church of S. Mary Major in the city of Exeter, 18 
September, 1395, by Henry, Bishop of Annaghdown (Per 
Fratrem Henricum Ennachdunensem Episcopum) under a 
commission from Edmund, Bishop of Exeter. (Fol. 249.) 

Ordained " subdiaconus," on the title of the Priory of S. 
Nicholas in the city of Exeter, and styled ' ' Magister, ' ' 
showing that he had taken his degree in one of the Univer- 
sities, 22 December, 1397, by Henry Nony, Bishop of Ardagh 
[Ardakanensem, in Orig.J under a commission from Ed- 
mund, Bishop of Exeter. t,Fol. 251.) The ordination was 
also in the church of S. Mary Major, Exeter. 

Ordained "diaconus," on the title of the Priory of S. 
Nicholas, Exeter, in the parish church of S. Mary Major, 
Exeter, 21 September, 1398, by Henry, Bishop of Annagh- 
down, under a commission from Edmund, Bishop of Exeter.f 
(Fol. 252.) 

Described as chaplain ("capellanus") and EL-B. was in- 
stituted to the Vicarage of Duloe in the county of Cornwall 
and diocese of Exeter, 5 August, 1400, on the presentation of 
John Coleshull, Eord of Tremethert and Thomas Lanrak, 
rector of Duloe. (II, 49.) 

His successor, Robert Ansthorpe, was instituted 11 June 
1412, on the resignation of Thomas Estbroke (sic). (II, 141 .) 

Collated Dean of Crediton 22 April, 1412. (II, 141.) 



*NoTE. — "Accolytus" is one of the minor orders of the Church ; 
it comes second, the first being " tonsuratus. ' ' Annaghdown is now a 
village in Ireland, in the diocese of Tuam. 

| Note.— His ordination as priest ("presbiter ") does not occur in 
the register. 



332 APPENDIX. 

He resigned, and his successor, William Fylham was col- 
lated 20 Sept. 1417. (II, 137.) 

Collated sub-Dean of the Cathedral Church of Exeter, and 
Penitentiary, 13 Sept. 1417. (II, 137.) 

Thoinas Estbrok, EL.B., was appointed Official Peculiar 
in Cornwall. (II, 230b.) The date is omitted, but it must 
have been between Feb. 1405-6, and Feb. 1407-8. 

He received a commission as ' ' Examinator in Consistorio 
Exonisuri generalis," 20 Sept. 1417. (II, 263.) 

As sub-Dean he complained of the bad condition in which 
his predecessor, Thomas Noell, had left the mansion house, 
garden and buildings, and the Bishop, 24 Sept. 1417, com- 
missioned Richard Penels, Canon of Exeter, to examine the 
premises and report. (II, 263.) 



Richard Estebrok, Vicar of Okehatnpton in the County of 
Devon and diocese of Exeter. 

Will dated 5 December, 141 3. Commends his soul to 
God, and his body to ecclesiastical sepulture. To Walter 
Manston, to celebrate in Okehampton church for three years 
for the health of his soul, and for his exequies daily, thirteen 
pounds of silver ; and to the principal store of the said 
church twenty shillings that his anniversary may be kept for 
ever. On the day of his burial the sum of forty shillings was to 
be given to the poor. To Walter Manston, chaplain, twenty 
shillings and his second best doublet. To Thomas Estebrok, 
his best girdle with silver clasp, a silver cup and cover, and 
his best doublet. To Joan Hore, his second best girdle with 
silver clasp. To Edith, wife of Robert Wyke, his two other 
girdles with silver clasps, and a quarter of wheat. To 
Robert Wyke, the two cows already in his keeping. To 
every priest taking part in his exequies, and present and 
celebrating for his soul on the day of his funeral, twelve 
pence, and to each priest only celebrating on the day of his 
burial, six pence. To Joan, daughter of William Hore, to 
Matilda, another daughter, to John, son of Robert Wyke, 



ESTEBROK GENEALOGY. 333 

and to Walter Petheler, a cow each. To Adam Toker, a 
cow, and half a quarter of wheat. To John Row, his servant, 
a heifer. To John Gavet, his servant, six shillings and 
eight pence. To John Werying, chaplain, his third best 
doublet and six and eight pence. To Thomas Estebrok, 
Joan Hore, and Edith, wife of Robert Wyke, three brass 
pots and a saucepan, namely, to Thomas his best pot, to 
Joan his second best, and to Edith his third best and a 
saucepan, if the residue sufficed to pay his debts and lega- 
cies ; if not, the articles were to be sold. To each executor 
who should act, twenty shillings. Executors : Thomas 
Estebrok and Walter Manston, who are to distribute forty 
measures of wheat among his poor parishioners. 

Proved, 11 January, 1413-4, before William Hurden, 
Canon of Exeter and Commissary of the Bishop, in the 
Chapel of S. Gabriel at Clyst in the County of Devon. 

(I, 32I-) 

Richard Estebrok, the testator, was Penitentiary* in the 
Deanery of Okehampton. (1,50.) 

He must have died almost immediately after making his 
will, for John Newecum was instituted to the vicarage of 
Okehampton, on the death of Richard Yestebrok {sic), 17 
December, 1413, the patron being King Henry V. 

This will is one of sixty which, for some reason not now 
known, is entered in the Episcopal Register of Bishop Staf- 
ford, and not in the register of the Probate Court. They 
occupy folios 300-334 of the first of the two volumes. This 
is very interesting as showing how personal to the Bishop in 
those days was the right to grant probate of wills. Wherever 
he happened to be, these wills could be proved before him 
in person, or before his commissary. Bishop Edmund Staf- 
ford held the See of Exeter 1395-1419. 



* Penitentiary was the priest authorized to receive confessions 
within a specified district. 



ADDENDA. 



Page 50. (269). 1866 should be 1865. 

Page 55. (321). William Kidder, was born May 14, 

1787- 
Page 56. (326). Hannah Estabrook, married Rufus Kid- 
der, Sept. 2, 1819 ; she died March 2, 1844. 

Page 66. (425). Roxanna White, died June 27, 1891, in 
Morristown, N. J., and was buried at Mt. Auburn, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., June 30, 1891. 

Page 71. (442). John B. Russell, died March 11, 1891. 

Page 74. (463). Betsey B., daughter of Abel and Mary 
(Chase) Kidder, was born at Strattou, Vt. , Aug. 18, 1807, 
and died in June, 1868. 

Page 97. (642). Maria Kidder, born July 20, 1821 ; mar- 
ried Mr. Slade. (643). Olive Volucia, born Oct. 9, 1819. 
(644). Sarah Dodge, born Jan. 2, 1828 ; married Mr. Smith. 
(645). William Haschell, born July 18, 1823 ; married 
Laura Slade, who died March, 1852. 

Page 99. (659). Henry Rufus Kidder, born June 7, 1820 ; 
married in Corfu, N. Y. , June 17, 1863, Flora K., daughter 
of Daniel and Catharine- Kendrick. (660). Danford John, 
born March 29, 1822; unmarried; resides at,Alden, N. Y. 

Page 128. (908). Mrs. Rosetta H. Estabrook, died Aug. 
19, 1891, aged 54 years. 

Page 142. (1064). Mrs. Rhoda D. Rockwell, was mar- 
ried Sept. 1, 1891, at Newfield, N. Y , by Rev. M. S. Rees, 
to Joel A. Hamilton, of Owego, N. Y. 

Page 244. (31). William W Estabrooks, married Dec. 
31, 1835, Jerusha, daughter of Samuel Newcomb, of Corn- 
wallis, N. S. 

Page 270. (177). Bradbury C. Eastabrooks, died Sept. 
29, 1884. 



INDEX. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND THOMAS ESTABROOK. 



Aaron, 35, 91, 242. 

Abel, 2009. 

Abel K., 906. 

Abel W., 493. 

Abbie E., 732. 

Abbie L., 785. 

Abbie M., 1111-1S21. 

Abbey S., 1197. 

Abigail, 23, 60, 92, 120, 131, 230, 

296, 301, 317, 372, 621. 
Abigail M., 482, 622. 
Abigail U. , 347. 
Abraham, 10, 34, 142, 311. 
A. C, 1817. 
Ada M., 1599. 
Adah, 2008. 
Adelia A., 1567. 
Adelia, I,., 1067. 
Adeline, 377, 712. 
Adaline, A., 556. 
Adelbert E., 911. 
Adelbert A., 1566. 
Adin C, 655. 
Agnes M., 1407. 
Albert, 443, S03, 1081. 
Albert A., 1164. 
Albert R., 11 26. 
Albert W., 1376. 
Alfred H., 899, 1367. 
Alanson, 473. 
Alanson C. , 898. 
Alma C, 1847. 
Alice C, 1000. 
Alice E., 1348. 
Alice I/., 1811. 
Alona, 390. 
Almira, 590. 
Almira R. J., 765 
Alonso F., 651. 
Alphonso D., 1192. 



Alvau D., 637. 
Alviu E., 780, 1400, 1403, 
Amia R., 624. 
Amelia A., 907. 
Amelia P., 1169. 
Amanda M., 184S. 
Angus D., 1377. 
Angelia M., 910. 
Angelina, 381. 
Ann, 8, 325, 421. 
Anna, 63, 190, 232, 267. 
Anna H., 491. 
Anna L., 852, 1530, 1987. 
Anne, 28, 124, 132. 
Annie E., 1545. 
Annie T., 1437. 
Annie W., 1172. 
Arabella O., 690. 
Arathusa, 299. 
Arethusa, 1995. 
Arienna, 794. 
Artemus, 564. 
Arthur, 1889. 
Arthur A., 1573. 
Arthur C, 1397. 
Arthur F., 1 193, 1426. 
Arthur H., 1808, 1818. 
Arthur S., 11 14, 992. 
Attai, 167. 
Aurelia, 894. 
Austa Clarin, 1069. 
Austin, 382. 
Austin H., 1063. 
Azubah, 464. 

Bela R., 559. 

Benjamin, 4, 17, 25, 48, 50, 93, 122, 

129. r 53> i fi 4, 240, 3°5, 342, 362, 

364, 369. 394, 585- 
Benjamin F., 1148. 



336 



INDEX. 



Benjamin R., 686. 

Bessie, 207. 

Bethiah, 231. 

Betsey, 255, 355, 395, 411. 

Betsey A., 1259. 

Betty, 134, 150, 308. 

Bertie, 1262. 

Bertha, 1604. 

Bertha L., 1991. 

Blanche D., J642. 

Cara A., 1816. 

Carleton H., 1981. 

Caroline, 2001. 

Caroline A., 595, 979. 

Caroline E., 1140. 

Caroline F., 691. 

Caroline J., 683. 

Caroline S. S., 609. 

Carrie C, 1183b. 

Catharine A.. 594, 1087. 

C. D., 1261. 

Chauncey, 114. 

Charles, 566, 584. 

Charles A., 413, 1099, 1170, 1360. 

Charles D., 870. 

Charles E., 1413, 1742. 

Charles F., 635, 787, 793, S66, 

1141, 1597. 
Charles G., 1184. 
Charles H., 601, 967, 1201, 1823. 
Charles J., 1191. 
Charles M., 1791. 
Charles R., 1136, 1139. 
Charles S., 1801. 
Charles T., 973, 1162, 1209, 1885. 
Charles W., 596, 739, 11 28. 
Charley, 1410. 
Charlotte A., 876. 
Charlotte N., 943 
Cornet Daniel, 24. 
Clara E., 1416c. 
Clara, 1770. 
Clara T., 806. 
Clara M., 1187, 1234. 
Clarissa, 375, 388. 
Clarinda, 436. 
Clarissa A., 639. 
Claire, 1714. 
Clarence E., 1427. 
Clarence W., 1886. 
Clinton H., 1077. 
Clista A., 1233. 
Claytus T., 1748. 



Cora E., 1256. 

Cora L., 1795. 

C. V., 1S15. 

Cynthia, 252, 26r, 474, 513. 

Cynthia M., 1092. 

Cyrus J., 201 1. 

Cyrus M., 406. 

Cyrus R., 662. 

Daniel, 7, 116, 119, 247, 279, 498, 

573- 
Daniel F., 613. 
Daniel M., 1209. 
David, 461. 
David B., 769. 
David M., 676. 
David R., 1380a. 
David W., 663. 
Davis F., 614. 
Deborah, 69. 
Delia, 289. 
Dewitt W., 1 109. 
Dorothy, 462. 
Dwight, 297, 610. 

Earl A., 1822. 
Ebenezer, 55, 173, 391. 
Ebenezer R., 392. 
EddieJ., 1595. 
Edith A., 988. 
Edith M., 1989. 
Edgar A., 1278. 
Edgar W., 1394. 
Edson F., 1195. 
Edward, 799. 
Edward C., 779, 1380a. 
Edward E., 1792. 
Edward H., 1337. 
Edward L., 695, 1129. 
Edward M., 1235, 1368. 
Edward W. , 408. 
Edwin, 1301. 
Edwin E-, 1232. 
Edwin J., 917. 
Effiie G., 1269. 
E. H., 1813. 
Elery, 403, 790. 
Elbridge, 1221. 
Eleanor, 434. 
Eliakim, 209, 211, 433. 
Elijah, 16, 136. 
Eliza, 485, 589. 
Eliza B., 398. 
Eliza P., 820. 



INDEX. 



337 



Elizabeth, 61, 125, 135, i 59> 192, 

2 93, 315, 374, 494, 572, 1003. 
Elizabeth A., 1842. 
Elizabeth M., 570, 1084. 
Elizabeth S., 602. 
Elizabeth W., 435. 
Ella, 763, 1080. 
Ella A., 912, 1396. 
Ella B., 1356, 1600. 
Ella F., 1364. 
Ella M., 771, 1222. 
Ellen, 448, 452. 
Ellen A., 689, 743, 1 1 50. 
Ellen G., 868. 
Ellen M. S., 1594. 
Ellis E-, 1303. 
Elmer T., 1698. 
Elsie Adeline, 1068. 
Elvira C, 665. 
Emily E., 1131. 
Emma A., 1359. 
Emma C, 1112. 
Emma E., 1236. 
EmmaF., 728. 
Emma J., 1416. 
Emma M., 1183. 
Emma R., 1145. 
E. May, 1546. 
Emerson, 618, 1219. 
Emeline, 636, 801. 
Eudor, 427, 816. 
Enoch, 465. 
Endor E., 853. 
Enos, 1997. 
Erastus, 625. 
Erastus L., 1224. 
Esther A., 1 166. 
Ethan, 260, 517. 
Ethel M., 989, 1598, 1988. 
Eunice, 237, 385. 
Eunice G., 893. 
Eugenia T., 691. 
Eva L., 1592. 
Experience, 98, 100, 512. 
Ezekiel, 463. 
Ezra, 228. 
EzraB., 1539. 
Ezra L., 919. 
Ezra R., 895. 

Fannie, 920. 
Fanny B., 612. 
Fanny M., 2015. 
Farwell, 400. 



Fidelia, 361, 647. 
Fidelia M., 1575. 
Flora M., 1283. 
Florence M., i38of. 
Frances A., 1076. 
Frances E., 1332, 1716. 
Frances H., 855. 
Frances M. 1275. 
Frances S., 766. 
Francis C, 568, 1085, 1097. 
Francis H., 441, 1370, 849. 
Francis S., 1809. 
Francelia E., 1229. 
Frank, 761, 878. 
Frank A., 1208. 
Frank B., 1921. 
Frank E., 1178. 
Frank H., 1541, 1824. 
Frank P., 1336, 155 1. 
Frankie Iy., 1491. 
Franklin, 522, 1 133. 
Franklin G., 892. 
Franklin J., 100 1. 
Franklin W., 788. 
Fred C, 1306. 
Fred W., 1362, 1395, 1805. 
Freddie, 1846. 
Frederick, 1147. 
Frederick A., 772. 
Frederick H., 1547. 
Frederick R., 693. 
Frederick W., 1226. 

Gay R., 1747. 

Geneva, 987. 

George, 565, 953, 141 2. 

George A., 600, 1237, 1724, 2012, 

1171. 
George C, 688, 1887. 
George D., 719, 11 25. 
George F., 1105, 1280. 
George G., 451, 969. 
George H., 496, 786, 1459, 1089, 

1189, 1228. 
George I/., 851, 1130, 1601. 
George N., 597. 
George P., 1 1 13. 
George R., 1163. 
George T., 1284. 
George W., 553, 633, 674, 736, 

1093, 875. 
Georgiana, 867, 1103. 
Georgiana E., 694. 
Georgiana L., 1230. 



338 



INDEX. 



Gertrude A., 1282. 
Gertrude C, 797. 
Grace, 56, 210, 1700. 
Grace B., 1404. 

Hannah*, 14, 41, 47, 49, 51, 88, III, 
118, 147, 156, 163, 172, 245, 262, 



263, 290, 298, 304, 310, 326, 366, 


Ida, 1549. 




367, 370, 404, 431, 478. 


IdaK., 1435. 




Hannah A., 515, 748, 815. 


IdaF., 1 185. 




Hannah M., 581, 1287. 


Ida R., 729. 




Hareldus, 248. 


Ina H., 1980. 




Harold K., 1373. 


Irene G, 1134- 




Harold P., 1833. 


Isaac 194, 199, 410, 412. 




Harriet, 3S6, 419, 480, 578. 


Isaac N., 1107. 




Harriet A., 604, 1276. 


Isaac S., 1065. 




Harriet I., 1402. 


Isabella, 592, 764, 1461. 




Harriet J., 873. 


Isadore P., 792. 




Harriet M., 1142. 






Harriet N., 804. 


Jacob W., 746, 1732. 




Harry, 1492. 


Jadediah, 127, 303, 280, 


1257- 


Harry C, 1655. 


Jedediah B., 897. 




Harry F. , 1 200. 


Jedediah C, 630. 




Harry L., 1746. 


J. Albert, 1207. 




Harry M., 1718. 


James, 175, 393, 802. 




Harry 0., I436. 


James A., 767, 813, 924, 1167, 1272 


Harley L., 1745- 


James E., 1090, 901. 




Harvey C, 1347. 


James H., 742, 1603. 




Harvey W., 1366. 


James M., 638. 




Hattie C, 11 10. 


James W., 1986. 




Hattie F., 1 168. 


Jamie, 1713. 




Hattie J., 1363. 


Jane M., 971. 




Hattie M., 1715. 


Jasper H., 652. 




Hattie P., 1458. 


Jasper F., 1279. 




Hattie R., 1138, 733. 


Jennie B., 1602. 




Helen F., 1143. 


Jennette S., 1717. 




Henry, 479, 500, 760, 951. 


Jerusha, 115, 264. 




Henry A., 922, 926. 


Jessie F., 972, 1416a. 




Henry D., 7iS, 796, 980. 


Joel, 29, 154, 227, 302, 


341- 35' 


Henry J., 830. 


569- 




Henry L., 1848a. 


Joel A., 667. 




Henry N., 497. 


Joel B., 623. 




Henry O., 1204. 


Joel D., 66r. 




Henry S., 1654. 


Joel S., 1206. 




Henry T. , 1361. 


John, 12, 59, 123, 145, 


177, 189 


Henry W., 90S, n 46. 


212, 250, 294, 313, 314 


384, 402 


Henrietta, 499. 


417. 446, 447, 798, 869 




Hepzibeth, 140 


John B.. 1380CI, 439. 




Herbert C, 1406. 


John D., 750. 




Herbert H., 946. 


John F., 599. 




Herbert O. , 730. 


John H., 850. 




Herman F., 557. 


John M., 520, 1372. 




Hiram, 444. 


John N., 817. 




Hobart, 21, 113, 243, 269. 


John R., 442. 





Homer, 378. 
Hosea, 343. 
Howard, 951. 
Howard M., 1985. 
Huldah, 42, E38, 306, 459. 
Hull T., 1803. 



INDEX. 



339 



John S., 259, 516, 974. 
John T., 1 100. 

John W., 737, 776, 1273, 1369, 923. 
Jonah, 155, 281. 
Jonathan, 146, 174, 322, 754. 
Jonas B., 1223. 
Jones, 376. 
Jones E., 606. 
Jones H., 1180. 

Joseph, i, 3, 11, 37, 44, 45, 46, 89, 
96, 161, 162, 176, 193, 198, 213, 

239, 258, 373, 387, 418, 429. 484, 

489, 519, 877. 
Joseph B., 1006, 1316. 
Joseph D., 751, 752. 
Joseph E. , 450. 

Joseph H., 359, 608, 605, 1572. 
Joseph M., 756. 
Joseph P., 1357. 
Joseph S., 944, 1274. 
Joseph T., 747. 
Joseph W., 781, 782, 407, 725, 

1 104, 1 144, 1399. 
Josephine, 1305. 
Josiah S., 755. 
Julia A., 1083. 
Julia A. F., 741. 
Julia M., 753, 758. 
Justus N., 994. 

Kate, 1079. 
Katie M., 1550. 
KittieB., 1183a. 

Laura B., 445, 1749. 
Laura, F., 874. 
Lawrence, 670. 
Lee G., 1108. 
Leo T., 1834. 
Leonard A., 921. 
Leonard W., 1098. 
LeroyJ., 650. 
Levi D., 664. 
Levi H., 490 
Levina, 2002, 2014. 
Lewis, 456. 
Lewis C, 1 137. 
Lewis F., 1819. 
Lewis L, 795. 
Lewis L., 1202. 
Lewis M., 1415. 
Lillie, 1082. 
Lilla V., 1794. 
Linda C, 1769. 

22 



Lizzie P., 820. 

Lorenzo G, 619. 

Louie G., 1743. 

Louisa, 591. 

Louise, 428, 1888. 

Louisa B., 1211. 

Louisa P., iioi. 

Louisa S., 632. 

Louis T., 1806. 

Lovell, 430. 

Lucy, 126, 420, 1923, 1998. 

Lucy A., 800. 

Lucy C, 357. 

Lucy E., 440. 

Lucy M., 1552. 

Lucy S., 453. 

Lucy T., 1 102. 

Lucy W., 620, 891. 

Lucinda R, 2013. 

Lula Belle, 1832. 

Lydia, 160, 208, 300, 671. 

Lydia A., 818. 

Lydia E., 738, 749- 

Lydia F., 628. 

Lydia L., 708. 

Lyman, 457, 720. 

Lyman E., 1231. 

Lyman S., 925. 

Lyman W., 905. 

Mabel, 1719. 

Mabel E., 1182. 

Mausfield, 1371. 

Mandel A., 783. 

Mahala G., 773. 

Maria L., 1721, 1091. 

Maria H., 588. 

Marie A., n 99. 

Marcia, 360. 

Margaret, 1416b. 

Margaret C, 1532. 

Margaret V., 692. 

Martin B., 1285. 

Marion M., 734. 

Martha, 38, 166, 492. 

Martha J., 757. 

Mary, 5, 22, 27, 39, 43, 139, 158, 
191, 244, 265, 266, 321, 399, 475, 
518, 673, 775, 1005, 1310. 

Mary A., 409, 831, 438, 611, 1066, 
1078, 1286. 

Mary B., 770, 1312. 

Mary C, 740. 

Mary A. H., 872. 



34° 



INDEX. 



Mary E., 5°i> 762, 966, 995, 552, 
819, 1173, 1177, 1190, 1220, 1741. 

MaryF., 1380b, 1417, 1825, 1922. 

Mary H., 389, 627. 

Mary J., 598, 1165. 

Mary L., 1365. 

Mary M., 483, 603. 

Mary P., 1086, 1225. 

Mary R., 1203. 

Mary S., 495. 

Mary V., 654, 1161, 1281. 

Maryette M., 909. 

Matilda A., 82S, 432. 

May, 1658. 

Mehitable, 254. 

Melicent, 15, 54, 58, 170, 197, 200, 
241. 

Melinda, 460. 

Merva, 477. 

Milly, 1723. 

Millie, 396. 

Minnie A., 1593. 

Molly, 130, 171. 

Moses, 36, 157. 

Moses H., 514. 

Myra C, 1722. 

Myra E-, 1814. 

Nabby, 1994. 

Nancy, 253, 1996. 

Nancy E., 727, 1734. 

Nathan, 168, 1992. 

Nathan W., 11 96. 

Nathaniel, 682. 

Nathaniel C, 358. 

Nehemiah, 20, 62, 99, 206, 238, 

249, 40i, 437- 
Nellie C, 731, 1181. 
Nellie F., 1179. 
Nellie L., 1401, 1462. 
Nelson F., 918. 
Newton L,., 1463. 
Norman B., 1826. 

Olive, 143, 268, 309, 327, 346. 
Olivea, 646. 
Orren E., 1820. 
Oscar J., 1258. 
Oscar Alonzo, 1277. 
Osgood B., 1807. 

Paul, 1490. 
Pemelia, 774. 
Persis, 284, 629. 



Persis L., 571. 
Phila G., 1 83 1. 
Phebe, 141, 476. 
Philip D. M., 928. 
Polly, 256, 348, 379, 1999- 
Polly H., 389. 
Porter, 246. 
Prince, 50. 
Prudence, 57. 
Pulaski, 986. 

Ralph E., 1577- 

Ralph H., 555, 1438. 

Raymond, 1657. 

Rebecca, 19, 97, 151, 215, 226, 235, 

312, 316, 324. 
Rena, 1375. 
Rhoda, 178, 270, 345. 
Rhoda D., 1064. 
Rhoda P., 999. 
Richard, 18. 
Robert, 33. 
Robert C, 550, 1699. 
Robert G., 1701. 
Robert J., 1374. 
Robert F., 1531. 
Rodney L-, 916. 
Rodolphus, 233, 2010. 
Roland W., 1428. 
Rosamond, 648. 
Roscoe T., 1576. 
Rosella, 854. 
Rosella E., 1289. 
Rosa B., 1843. 
Roselta, 1300. 
Roselta A., 1563. 
Roselta E., 1288. 
Ross B., 1797. 
Ross W., 295, 1 188. 
Rufus, 582, 17S6. 
Ruth, 2000. 
Ruth Iv., 1405. 
Ruth R., 405. 

Sally, 202, 319, 353. 

Sally M., 634. 

Salmon W., 666. 

Samuel, 6, 26, 31, 53, 90, 94, 95, 
112, 128, 133, 137, 165, 195, 201, 
205, 214, 229, 234, 282, 286, 414. 

Samuel F., 1106. 

Samuel G, 626, 1127, 1253, 1784. 

Samuel H., 558. 

Samuel J., 454. 



INDEX. 



341 



Samuel M., 521. 

Samuel O., 685. 

Samuel P., 709. 

Samuel R., 580. 

Samuel S., 1205. 

Sarah, 30, 144, 225, 288, 344, 352, 

488, 735, j 993. 
Sarah A., 416, 777, 814, 829, 1720. 
Sarah B., 481. 
Sarah E, 586, 707, 725, 744, 745, 

1094, 1132. 
Sarah J., 807. 
Sarah L,., 784. 
Sarah M., 668, 1291, 1733. 
Sarah S., 587, 896. 
Seth W., 257. 
Silas, 283. 

Simon R., 397, 768, 1380c. 
Solomon, 13, 52, 169, 371. 
Sophia, 2S5, 348, 579. 
Stephen, 455, 1411. 
Stephen M., 669. 
Stillman, 380, 675. 
Susan, 363. 
Susan E, 1227. 
Susan I., 1002. 
Susan M., 1414. 

Susanna, 149, 287, 320, 350, 458. 
Sylvester B., 1194. 

Taylor, 291. 
Taylor S„ 1255. 
Thaddeus, 117, 121. 
ThaddeusD., 607. 
Thankful, 148. 
Theoda, 486, 487. 
Theodore A., 1425. 
Theodore 1,., 687, 1333. 
Thomas, 2, 9, 32, 196, 323, 340. 
Thomas B., 649. 
Thomas W., 1785.. 
Turner, 356. 



Viola M., 
Virgil A., 



1845. 
1844. 



Walter, 354, 711. 

Walter A., 1149. 

Walter H., 1398. 

Walter R., 365. 

Walter W., 1334. 

Warren, 567. 

Warren D., 1088, 1095. 

Warren E. , 1260. 

Warren J., 1990. 

Warren R., 1355. 

Washington, 383. 

Watts, T., 1802. 

Willard, 1004. 

Willard D., 1548. 

Willard W., 1151. 

William, 291, 368, 551, 583. 

William A., 1574. 

William B., 554, 1075. 

William E., 1564. 

William F., 631, 759, 1135. 

William H., 970, 1210, 1596, 1335. 

William J., 1096. 

William L,., 805, 1984. 

William P., 672. 

William R., 1810. 

William S., 1800. 

William T., 593, 1796, 1186. 

William W., 449, 653, 710, 871, 

1331- 
Willie A., 900, 1460. 
Willie C, 1744. 
Willie H., 1540. 
Wilson, 789. 
Winifred, 99V 
Winthrop H!, 1884. 

Zermiah, 40, 236. 



INTERMARRIAGES. 



Abbott, 447. 
Acker, 1252. 
Adams, 142, 157, 

647. 
Agney, 808. 
Albright, 1691. 



252, 427, 593, 



Aldrich, 635. 
Alexander, 1066. 
Allen, 816, 1069, 2014. 
Allis, 1043. 
Alvord, 522. 
Andrews, 1488. 



342 



INDEX. 



Arnold, 785. 
Arthur, 1061. 
Aspenwall, 95. 
Averill, 675. 
Avery, 542. 

Babcock, 303. 

Bailey, 252, 254. 

Baker, 499, 1339, 1644. 

Baldwin, 539, 665. 

Ball, 35. 

Bannon, 714. 

Barker, 653. 

Barney, 481. 

Barrett, 54, 466, 721. 

Bartholomew, 474. 

Bassett, 987. 

Bean, 843. 

Beckwith, 527. 

Beebe, 552, 555. 

Belk, 804. 

Bell, 1444. 

Bemis, 59. 

Benedict, 664, 695. 

Benjamin, 431. 

Benson, 1206. 

Bigelow, 591, 1294. 

Bishop, 1830. 

Black, 1335. 

Blakeslee, 1041. 

Blanchard, 207. 

Bliss, 20, 492, 563. 

Blodgett, 371. 

Blood, 830. 

Booth, 557. 

Bowen, 1078. 

Boutelle, 682. 

Bowman, 11. 

Boyden, 392. 

Boyd, 1205, 1208. 

Boynton, 821. 

Brabrook, 10. 

Bradley, 594, 598. 

Brainard, 227, 461. 

Braley, 473. 

Breeck, 1 193. 

Broad, 606. 

Brigham, 775. 

Brooks, 149. 

Bronson, 501. 

Brown, 234, 297, 323, 538, 612, 

686, 1112. 
Bryant, 435. 
Bryan, 629. 



Buck, 607. 
Buckman, 495. 
Buggie, 1074. 
Bundy, 803. 
Burgess, 122. 
Burns, 161 1. 
Burfee, 741. 
Burritt, 275. 
Burt, 422, 516. 
Bushnell, 397. 
Butterfield, 707. 
Buttrick, 315. 

Campbell, 980, 439. 

Canfield, 249. 

Canterbury, 757. 

Cargill, 151. 

Carlton, 578. 

Carr, 596. 

Carroll, 523, 880. 

Carter, 76. 

Casterline, 555. 

Cavis, 864. 

Chaffin, 280. 

Chamberlain, 15. 

Champion, 271. 

Chancellor, 11 10. 

Chandler, 445. 

Chaney, 706. 

Chapin, 981. 

Chappell, 840. 

Chase, 244, 1997. 

Chauncey, 21. 

Cheney, 171, 674. 

Chesbro, 648. 

Clap, 23. 

Clark, 145, 523, 525, 529, 802, 1425, 

1 661. 
Clay, 1457. 
Clayton, 519. 
Cleamans, 936. 
Cleveland, 1272. 
Clogston, 663. 
Clowry, 979. 
Cobb, 984. 
Colburn, 469. 
Cole 1366. 
Coleman, 406. 
Collins, 1053. 
Conant, 189, 198, 653. 
Cone, 524. 
Cook, 211, 569, 998. 
Copeland, 909. 
Corey, 36, 779. 



INDEX. 



343 



Coryell, 1071. 

Cotton, 245. 

Cox, 1450. 

Crawford, 898. 

Creasy, 165. 

Crow, 1336. 

Crowell, 398. 

Culver, 493. 

Cumming, 718, 1025, 1542. 

Curby, 1284. 

Currier, 1327. 

Curtis, 541, 630. 

Cushing, 162, 358. 

Cutter, 303, 556. 

Dains, 914. 

Damon, 312, 449. 

Davis, 118, 169, 206, 293, 295, 376, 

384, 483, 515, 1089, 1222. 
Davenport, 480. 
Davids, 891. 
Day, 800. 
Dean, 1253. 
Demar, 715. 
Dever, 496. 
Dickinson, 489. 
Dixon, 1 1 15. 
Dolliver, 1130. 
Dow, 413. 
Drew, 599. 
Dunster, 199. 
Durgin, 1464. 

Eastman, 1249. 

Eaton, 785. 

Eddy, 623. 

Edwards, 42, 562, 792. 

Eli, 22. 

Ellis, 777, 1004. 

Enlow, 798. 

Ensign, 608. 

Esterly, 1080. 

Evans, 250, 820. 

Farnsworth, 190, 600, 505. 

Farr, 305, 625, 1270. 

Farnum, 1220. 

Farwell, 758. 

Fashit, 1593. 

Fay, 433. 1450. 

Field, 862. 

Fifield, 1302. 

Fish, 765. 

Fisher, 1070. 



Fitch, 614. 
Fenno, 773. 

F'agg, 33, 146, 385, 1548. 
Fletcher, 587, 1426. 
Flint, 7, 1442. 
Foote, 1672. 
Forbes, 294, 606. 
Foster, 281, 436. 
Fowle, 719. 
Fowler, 11 16. 
Francis, 407. 
Freeman, 253, 487, 694. 
French, 300, 344. 
Frost, 14, 1273. 
Fuller, 451. 

Gait, 801, 1709. 

Galloway, 11 14. 

Garner, 570. 

Gass, 976. 

Gates, 129, 264, 528. 

Gay, 424. 

Geer, 1361. 

Gibbs, 382. 

Gibson, 805, 1365. 

Godby, 894. 

Goddard, 611. 

Goodale, 174, 228. 

Gore, 1361. 

Gorton, 1056. 

Gould, 402, 784, 1268, 1861. 

Graham, 602, 603. 

Grant, 1117. 

Green, 5, 1194. 

Greenleaf, 1155. 

Grigham, 601. 

Griswold, 97, 1690. 

Grove, 1097. 

Grover, 544. 

Gusher, 242. 

Gutherie, 102 1. 

Hadley, 1001. 
Halbert, 518. 
Hager, 1207. 
Hall, 206, 484. 
Hammond, 521. 
Hapgood, 828. 
Harding, 1275. 
Harford, 956. 
Harrington, 12, 390, 1077. 
Harris, 58, 75, 547, 1662. 
Harvey, 269, 867. 
Haskell, 1344, 687. 



344 



INDEX. 



Hathorn, 319, 322, 325. 

Hatch, 959. 

Hauk, 1122. 

Haskins, 632. 

Hawkins, 1441. 

Hay den, 404. 

Haynes, 8. 

Haywood, 35. 

Heald, 153. 

Hebard, 257, 535, 538. 

Hemenway, 1998. 

Hemingway, 320. 

Hemphill, 520, 2008. 

Henkle, 1087. 

Heywood, 177, 518. 

Hickok, 519. 

Hill, 813. 

Hills, 1691. 

Hillhouse, 1692. 

Hobart, 6. 

Hodkins, 1289. 

Hogeboom, 668. 

Holbrook, 362. 

Holden, 571. 

Hollis, 1145. 

Holmes, 860, 1556. 

Holton, 917. 

Hooper, 432. 

Hovey, 428. 

Howard, 65, 464, 479, 710, 1197, 

1555- 
Howe, 122, 394, 595, 613, 669, 672, 

737, 774- 
Hoyt, 231, 1219. 
Houghton, 1267. 
Houston, 1 142. 
Hubbard, 50, 51, 121. 
Hubert, 11 14. 
Huffaere, 1617. 

Hunt, 60, 121, 124, 196, 684, 695. 
Hurd, 56, 78, 261. 
Husted, 961. 
Hurlbert, 491. 
Hutchins, 807. 
Hyde, 243, 1610. 

Ingalls, 835. 
Inglesby, 141. 
Ingram, 302, 620. 

Jacobs, 359. 

Jemison, 573. 

Johnson, 310, 435,631, 1263, 1558. 



Jones, 173, 208, 360, 441, 627, 654, 

1467. 
Jordan, 1099. 

Kedzie, 1296. 
Kelly, 279. 
Kelsey, 752, 1213. 
Kendall, 381, 389, 725. 
Kenyon, 720. 
Kerr, 806, 1046. 
Kidder, 63, 321, 326, 463. 
Kimberly, 115. 
Kincaid, 1274. 
King, 284, 767. 
Kittredge, 1083. 
Knight, 608, 1432. 
Knottage, 421. 
Knox, 1446. 
Kountz, 1 1 90. 

Laflin, 1295. 
Landers, 537. 
Lane, 1293, 1862. 
Larned, 561. 
Lawrence, 163. 
Leathers, 1360. 
Leavitt, 3. 
Leighton, 488. 
Leland, 74. 
Leonard, 1144, 1568. 
Lewis, 893. 
Lock, 426. 
Locke, 142, 256. 
Loderick, 1047. 
Loring, 3, II. 
Loverin, 849. 
Loverwell. 848. 
Lovell, 175. 
Libby, 297. 
Little, 266. 
Lindsay, 740. 
Lyman, 494, 628. 
Lyon, 916. 

Macfarlain, 1038. 
McEachron, 1544. 
McClure, 1842. 
McEwan, 851. 
McGrew, 1094. 
McLean, 1543. 
McPherson, 1288. 
Mair, 1447. 
Mann, 1246. 
Mansfield, 639, 750, 868. 



INDEX. 



345 



Marble, 564. 

Markham, 267. 

Marsh, 839, 1368. 

Marshall, 137, 1003. 

Mason, 1, 240, 387. 

Martin, 960. 

Maxwell, 512. 

Merriam, 1166. 

Merrill, 258, 261, 262. 

Merritt, 677, 982. 

Metcalf, 309. 

Miles, 191, 1091. 

Mills, 826, 829. 

Millhouse 1103. 

Millington, 872. 

Miller, 568. 

Mitchell, 799, 1250. 

Moncrief, 903. 

More, 126, 12S6. 

Moore, 1365. 

Moors, 343. 

Morey, 500. 

Morris, 508, 1020. 

Morse, 619, 738, 817, 1201, 1213a. 

Morton, 1305. 

Moulton, 736. 

Munroe, 12. 

Murdock, 940. 

Mury, 2000. 

Muzzy, 173, 582, 586. 

Nation, 1429. 
Nay, 825. 
Nelhey, 881. 
Newhall, 857. 
Newman, 962. 
Newton, 119, 289, 377. 
Nichols, 580, 713. 
Niles, 267. 
Nobles, 1592. 
Norcross, 434. 
Norris, 516. 
Northam, 272. 
Norton, 511. 
Noyes, 827. 

Oliver, 913. 
Olmstead, 526. 
Ordway, 2015. 
Osborne, 804. 
Ostrom, 858. 

Packard, 714, 1590. 
Paddock, 20. 



Paddleford, 113. 

Page, 429, 1013. 

Paine, 474. 

Parker, 9. 

Parkinson, 776. 

Palmer, 95, 365, 1665. 

Patterson, 1085. 

Payne, 907. 

Perkins, 875. 

Perry, 407. 

Perrin, 472. 

Peters, 896. 

Peterson, 435. 

Phelps, 120, 1272. 

Phillips, 1997. 

Pierce, 167, 396, 1050, 1255. 

Pishon, 1128. 

Pike, 906, 908. 

Plumb, 985. 

Porter, 20, 96, 450, 558, 716. 

Post, 540. 

Potter, 1445. 

Powell, 993. 

Powers, 80. 

Pratt, 305, 709, 1257, 1609. 

Pride, 506. 

Prentice, 839. 

Putnam, 599, 1152. 

Quimby, 238. 

Rand, 15, 61, 1458. 

Rawson, 824. 

Ray, 1248. 

Raymond, 178, 373, 1295. 

Read, 280, 380, 393, 565, 570, 583, 

592, 1118, 1119. 
Redfield, 1670. 
Reed, 11, 55, 1006, 1146. 
Reid, 567. 
Reesor, 1098. 
Reynolds, 1292. 
Rice, 227, 460, 669, 899. 
Richardson, 876, 958. 
Riley, 546. 
Robbins, 115. 
Robinson, 90. 
Rockwell, 1064. 
Rockwood, 1369. 
Roe, 793. 

Rogers, 610, 1009, 1054, 1663. 
Roper, 780. 
Ross, 2001. 
Rossignal, 919. 



346 



INDEX. 



Rowell, 920. 

Russell, 164, 212, 471, 707. 

Ryland, 856. 

Sabin. 904. 

Safford, 601, 1032. 

Sage, 1256. 

Sandison, 1716. 

Sargeant, 302. 

Saunders, 214. 

Savarg, 1813. 

Sawin, 192. 

Sawyer, 442, 662, 1362. 

Scarborough, 397. 

Scott, 1300. 

Seamans, 1088. 

Sears, 1184. 

Secrest 863. 

Seiwell, 497. 

Seybert, 543. 

Shaler, 1008. 

Sharp, 516. 

Shaver, 1068. 

Shaw, 799, 1046. 

Sherman, 691, 1472. 

Shipman, 1019. 

Shumway, 902. 

Shureman, 963. 

Shute, 874. 

Simonds, 370, 717, 1231. 

Sisson, 1014. 

Skinner, 548, 549, 1538. 

Slack, 658. 

Slapp, 99. 

Smalley, 251. 

Smead, 630. 

Smith, 168, 202, 361, 388, 514, 550, 

713, 912, 1997. 
Smyth, 955. 
Suoden, 1101. 
Spaulding, 636. 
Squires, 1269. 
Standish, 759. 
Starr, 1059, 553. 

Stearnes, 170, 430, 625, 921, 1465. 
Stebbins, 681. 
Stevens, ion. 
Stewart, 100, 1291. 
Stocker, 213, 726. 
Stone, 291, 514. 
Stratton, 1125, 743. 
Strong, 113, 534, 932. 
Stehl, 1435. 
Stretcher, 859. 



Sunderlin, 1697. 
Sutcliffe, 651. 
Swallow, 1301. 
Swan, 263, 527, 815. 
Sykes, 1297. 

Tarbell, 655. 

Taylor, 341, 345, 892, 895. 

Teal, 1079. 

Temple, 2, 31. 

Tillman, 1092. 

Tillyer, 1198. 

Todd, 553. 

Tolman, 1257. 

Tourjee, 1133. 

Towusend, 33. 

Thayer, 458, 465. 

Thatcher, 814. 

Thompson, 818, 873, 1081, 1645. 

Thwing, 708. 

Traboo, 243. 

Tracy, 536, 1186. 

Trask, 210. 

Tripp, 1065. 

Tustin, 1048. 

Tuttle, 986. 

Tyler, 1195. 

Underwood, 154. 
Usher, 278. 

Vaile, 1084. 
Van Blarcom, 1187. 
Vanderheysen, 327. 
Vialls, 1831. 
Viles, 831. 

Wadelst, roio. 
Wagner, 408. 
Walden, 166. 
Walker, 101, 1012. 
Warren, 165, 692, 1 163. 
Waters, 1192. 
Watson, 383, 386, 1 162. 
Watts, 833. 
Wayman, 1612. 
Weeks, 1540. 
Welch, 901. 
Wells, 519, 1469. 
Wellman, 462. 
Wheat, 37. 
Wheelock, 313. 
Wheeler, 1363. 
Whipple, 299. 



INDEX. 



347 



Whitconib, nn. 

White, 172, 417, 425, 662, 842, 882, 

918. 
Whittnore, 756. 
Whitney, 728, 832, 836. 

wild, 584, 585. 

Wilde, 1787. 

Wilder, 248, 783. 

Wilkes, 1715. 

Willey, 100. 

Willard, 4. 

Williams, 21, 227, 287, 288, 673, 

830, 942, 1703. 
Wilson, 513, 1071, 1127. 
Willoughby, 566. 
Winn, 363. 
Winston, 844. 



Winship,, 57, 62, 670. 
Winslow, 324, 1787. 
Witherbee, 421. 
Witt, 884. 
Withington, 1993. 
Wood, 342, 865. 
Woodis, 3. 

Woodard, 1287, 1813. 
Woodman, 1140. 
Woodrow, 766. 
Woodworth, 1018, 1340. 
Woodward, 539, 596. 
Wright, 372, 1448, 1615. 
Wyman, 121. 

Young, 357, 653, 938. 



DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM AND JOHN ESTABROOK. 
(Numbers refer to pages. ) 



Albert, 226, 
Alice M., 233. 
Anna, 233. 
Annie, 228. 
Augustin L., 229. 

Bailey S., 229. 
Belinda, 232. 

Charles, 223. 
Charles H., 232. 
Clarence N., 229. 

Eddie L., 233. 
Edwin P., 229. 
Edward R., 229. 
Elmira G, 229. 
Emma, 226. 
Esther A., 227. 

Fletcher, 227. 
Florence E.. 233. 
Frances A., 227. 
Frances C. S., 230. 
Francis, 228. 
Frank E., 228. 

Gertrude B., 232. 
23 



Hattie C, 228. 
Harriet A., 232. 
Harry A., 229. 
Helen, 223. 
Helen E., 229. 
Helen M., 224. 
Herbert G, 229. 
Horatio J., 225. 

Ida, 233. 

Jennie, 233. 
J. Edward, 230. 
John, 223, 231. 
John D., 227. 
John H., 231. 
John S., 227. 
John W., 232, 233. 
Joseph H., 233. 
J. Martin, 224. 
Julia, 228. 

Lillie O., 228. 
Lucius H, 231. 
Luthera, 231. 

Mary H., 232. 
Mary J., 233. 



348 



INDEX. 



Milton C, 233. 
Minnie, 233. 
Minnie A., 229. 

Peter I,., 232. 

Robert E., 233. 

Samuel W., 226. 
Sanford T., 225. 
Sarah, 232. 
Sarah J., 224. 



Albee, 232. 

Baldwin, 232. 
Blake, 225. 
Boughton, 222. 
Buckbee, 223. 

Clark, 221. 

Devine, 229. 
Diechman, 227. 
Doan, 232. 
Dunn, 228. 

Earl, 231. 
Ellis, 231. 

Finley, 231. 
Fisk, 223. 
Fisher, 231. 

Gardner, 225. 
Gray, 222, 223. 

Landou, 221. 
Litchfield, 231. 



Theron W,, 231. 
Thomas, 223. 

Virginia, 229. 

William, 220, 221 
William A., 225. 
William C, 229. 
William D., 229. 
William M., 228, 
William T., 232. 



229. 



230. 



INTERMARRIAGES. 



Marshall, 224. 
Matthews, 226. 
Mortimer, 220. 

Phinney, 229. 

Ryan, 229. 

Schaeffer, 221. 
Seybolt, 224. 
Smart, 232. 
Smith, 224. 
Sparks, 232. 
Stevens, 224. 

Taylor, 232. 

Wakefield, 231. 
Wardsworth, 227. 
Webb, 227. 
White, 221. 
Willard, 231. 
Williams, 229. 
Works, 232. 
Wortendyke, 228. 
Wright, 220. 



DESCENDANTS OE JOHN ESTERBROOK. 



Alfred, 237. 
Alfred D., 239. 
Ann, 235. 

Bertha E., 238. 

Charles, 240. 
Charles T., 241. 



Edmund, 235. 
Edward B. , 239. 
Eleanor, 241. 
Elizabeth, 234, 235, 
Emily, 239. 

Frank, 240. 



INDEX. 



349 



George, 237. 
Grace, 239. 

Harriet, 239. 
Harrison, H., 241. 
HarttE., 238, 241. 
Howard D., 241. 

James I., 237. 
Jane, 234, 237. 
Jeanette, 240. 
John, 234, 236. 
Joseph, 237, 240. 

Lydia E., 239. 

Martha, 235. 



Martha E., 238. 
Mary, 237. 
Mary A., 237. 

Octavia, 239. 
Otto G, 241. 

Richard, 234, 235, 236, 237, 240. 
Richard B., 239. 
Robert J., 239. 
Rose, 240. 

Samuel D., 237. 
Sarah, 239. 
Thomas, 235, 240. 
Thomas J., 236. 
William P., 236. 



INTERMARRIAGES. 



Botterell, 234. 
Bowden, 235. 
Bussell, 235. 

Chapman, 238. 
Coxe, 239. 

Date, 235. 
Davy, 236, 237. 
Dawe, 234. 

Goodwin, 240. 

Holder, 238. 



John, 234. 
Johnson, 239, 240. 

Ivongmaid, 240. 

Marlor, 237. 
Mason, 241. 

Nichols, 240. 

Rose, 237. 

Wood, 237. 
Wray, 237. 



DESCENDANTS OF ELIJAH ESTABROOKS. 



Abijah, 243. 
Abraham, 250. 
Abram, 252. 
Abram J., 245. 
Adeline M., 250. 
AdoniramJ., 247. 
Albert, 247, 251. 
Albin W., 253. 
Albion C, 249. 
Alethia J., 253. 



Alexander, 247. 
Alice, 248, 249. 
Amy, 247. 
Amy A., 246. 
Anabel, 252. 
Ann, 245. 
Annie, 248. 
Arthur W., 249. 
Ashley, 253. 
Augusta, 248. 



35o 



INDEX. 



Bessie, 252, 253. 
Birdsil, 251. 

Caroline, 247. 
Caroline A., 253. 
Cary, 248. 

Catharine, 245, 249. 
Charles, 243, 245, 247, 250. 
Charles G., 252. 
Chipman, 244. 

David, 244, 247. 
David H., 243. 
David J., 246. 
Deborah, 243, 244. 

Ebenezer, 242, 244. 

Ed. J. H., 247. 

Eddie, 251. 

Edward, 246. 

Edward R., 252. 

Eleanor, 245. 

Elijah, 242, 243, 245, 246, 247. 

Elmira A., 253. 

Elizabeth, 245, 247, 248, 250. 

Elizabeth A., 246, 250. 

Elizabeth J., 248. 

Emma, 250, 252. 

Enoch B., 253. 

Frances V., 250. 
Francis, 249. 
Frank, 253. 
Frederic, 252. 
Frederick J., 246. 

George, 244, 248, 250. 
George F., 245. 
Gideon, 243, 247, 248. 
G. Ludlow, 250. 

Haddon, 251. 

Handy C., 250. 

Hannah, 242, 243, 246, 248. 

Hannah S., 246. 

Harry, 252. 

Hattie, 248. 

Helen A., 250. 

Henrietta, 249. 

Henry, 251. 

Henry A., 248, 249. 

Hezekiah, 243. 

Ida, 252. 



Isaac, 250. 
Isabel E. , 251. 
Isabella, 250. 

Jacob, 245, 251. 

James, 245, 248, 249, 250. 

James W., 250. 

Jane, 244, 246. 

Jarvis, 244, 248. 

Jesse, 244. 

Jessie G., 248. 

Jerusha, 247. 

John, 243, 245. 

John F., 248. 

John H., 248. 

Joseph, 243, 244. 

Joseph F., 244, 250. 

Joseph H., 253. 

Kate, 251. 

Da, 251. 
Leander, 250. 
DeBaron, 248. 
Leveritt, 246. 
Devi H., 249. 
Douisa, 249. 
Douisa D-, 253. 
Lucretia, 245, 249, 253. 
Dydia, 250. 

Maggie, 252. 
Maretta, 250. 
Margaret P., 247. 
Maria, 244. 
Martha, 249. 
Mary, 243, 247, 248. 
Mary J., 246, 249. 
Melvin, 251. 
Mollie, 242. 

Nehemiah P., 246. 

Phebe, 243, 247. 
Priscilla, 250. 

Ralph, 252. 
Richard S., 250. 
Ruth, 248. 

Samuel, 242, 243, 244. 
Samuel N., 253. 
Sanford, 250. 
Sarah, 242, 243, 250. 



INDEX. 



351 



Sarah M., 245. 
Shephard H., 253. 
Stephen P., 244, 253. 
Stephen U., 248. 

Theodore, 246, 252. 
Thomas, 244, 247. 
Thomas T, 252. 
Ward H., 244, 249. 



Akerly, 248. 
Albright, 246. 

Blakeslee, 245. 
Brooks, 243, 248. 
Burpee, 245. 
Burtt, 251. 

Carpenter, 245. 
Clinch, 245. 
Cory, 243. 
Coy, 243, 245. 

Daniels, 243. 
Donald, 243. 

Ebbett, 243, 247. 
Estey, 245. 

Fletcher, 242. 

Gillis, 244. 

Hackett, 242. 
Hartt, 244. 
Hayward, 244, 246. 
Hoben, 244, 248. 
Howard, 246. 



William, 245, 246, 252. 
William L., 250. 
William T., 248. 
William W., 244, 249. 
Willie, 252. 
Willet, 251. 

Zebedee, 245. 



INTERMARRIAGES. 



Jones, 247. 

Lounsbury, 242. 

Milbury, 248. 
Mills, 243. 

Newcomb, 244. 
Nevers, 246. 
Noble, 249. 

Oakes, 242. 

Palmer, 248. 
Porter, 248. 
Purdy, 243. 

Sewell, 246. 

Thompson, 248. 
Turney, 243, 247. 

Whiternore, 242. 
Wende, 250. 
Williams, 245. 

Yerza, 244. 



DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS AND ISAAC EASTERBROOKS. 



Aaron, 256, 257, 264, 275. 
Aaron B., 293. 
Abby R., 285. 
AbbyT., 280. 
Abel, 257, 261, 263, 282. 
Abiel, 260, 268. 
Abigail, 258, 261. 
Abigail E-, 277. 



Ada, 292. 
Adaline, 286. 
Adelbert, 317. 
Albert R., 308. 
Alexander, 258, 280. 
Alexander F., 279. 
Alfred, 286. 
Alice I., 310. 



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INDEX. 



Alice M., 289. 
Alice P., 296. 
Allen, 281. 
Allie, 294. 
Allie Iv, 292. 
Alonzo, 275. 
Alpheus, 274. 
Alvin R., 294. 
Amanda M., 284. 
Amanda P., 304. 
Ambrose, 284. 
Amos, 260. 274. 
Amy E. W., 285. 
Ann, 256, 274. 
Anna, 266. 
Ann E, 291. 
Anne, 259. 
Anne G., 277. 
Annie S., 285, 315. 
Andrew J., 272. 
Archibald C, 287. 
Ausja A., 271. 

Barnabas W., 269. 
Barnard, 259, 260, 262. 
Bathsheba E. A., 270. 
Benjamin, 255, 257, 258, 263, 266, 

275, 279- 
Benjamin F., 274, 297. 
Benjamin I,., 295. 
Benjamin T., 265, 266, 280. 
Bert U., 313. 
Bertha, 324. 

Betsey, 265, 268, 275, 278. 
Betsey C, 301. 
Betsey P., 296. 
Bradbury C, 270. 

Caleb, 257, 259, 268. 

Calvin, 259, 266. 

Caroline, 275. 

Caroline E., 281, 303, 324. 

Caroline S., 277. 

Carlos H., 286. 

Carrie M., 323. 

Catharine W., 276. 

Charles, 255, 258, 270, 272, 286. 

Charles B., 307. 

Charles F., 286, 299. 

Charles G., 322. 

Charles J., 289. 

Charles N., 286. 

Charles W., 292. 

Charlotte, 272, 282. 



Charlotte A., 271. 
Charlotte E., 272. 
Charlotte S., 315. 
Chauucey U., 294. 
Clara, 317. 
Clara B., 285, 288. 
Clarasa L., 288. 
Claricy, 274. 
Cora, 318. 

Crawford, 263, 275, 285. 
Crawford L., 297. 
Cramer, 260. 
Cramer A., 285. 
Cynthia, 261. 
CyrinthaJ., 273, 292. 

Daniel, 258, 266, 274, 281. 

Daniel S., 272. 

David, 263, 264. 

David M. , .294. 

Delia E., 287. 

Diana, 262. 

Dorothy M., 273. 

Ebenezer H., 270. 

Edith, 319. 

Edith M., 311. 

Edward, 256, 259, 267, 307. 

Edward F. , 294. 

Edward G., 299. 

Edward J., 271. 

Edwin A., 290. 

Edwin J. W., 302. 

Edwin, 271. 

Eliot D., 324. 

Elisha, 275. 

Eliza, 261, 286. 

Eliza A., 264, 271. 

Eliza N., 280. 

Eliza R., 304. 

Elizabeth, 254, 256, 257, 260, 266. 

Elizabeth H., 270. 

Ella F., 287. 

Ellen R., 303. 

Ellen V., 278. 

Elmanda A., 279. 

Elvira H., 289. 

Emily, 274, 286. 

Emily S., 273. 

Emerson B., 287. 

Emma, 294, 317. 

Emma E., 292. 

Emma J. , 307. 

Emma M., 302. 



INDEX. 



353 



Emma O., 290. 
Estelle, 318. 
Euretta, 285. 
Eva M., 293. 
Ezra O., 269. 

Fanny, 279. 
Fanny L,., 267. 
Florence, 292. 
Frances, 256. 
Francis, 304, 307. 
Frank A., 303. 
Frank D., 285. 
Frank E. P., 288. 
Frank L., 308. 
Frank R., 295, 313. 
Franklin, 286. 
F. M., 294. 
Frederick, 304, 307. 
Frederick A. , 278. 
Frederick J., 319. 
FredT., 288. 

Gardner, 275, 295. 

George, 286. 

George C, 269. 

George F., 290. 

George L., 286, 308. 

George O., 294. 

George T., 266, 280, 281, 297. 

George S., 299. 

George W., 273, 277, 313. 

Gertrude, 286. 

Gertrude D., 299. 

Giles W., 296. 

Grizel, 257. 

Hale, 282. 

Hannah, 258, 263, 265, 272, 275, 

276, 282. 
Hannah H, 276, 297. 
Harold A., 300. 
Harriet, 258. 
Harriet E., 273. 
Harriet M., 299. 
Harriets., 277. 
Harvey, 302. 
Helen, 285, 294. 
Henrietta, 306. 
Henrietta A., 302. 
Henry C, 292. 
Henry F., 292. 
Henry L. , 302. 
Henry O., 287, 304. 



Henry S., 315. 
Herbert R., 314. 
Horace, 281. 
Howard, 286. 
Howard W. , 308. 

Isaac, 322. 
Isaac H, 323, 324. 
Isabell E., 285. 
Isabell N., 297. 
Isabell T., 288. 

Jabez, 257. 

James, 259, 260, 262, 266, 267. 
James A., 281, 287. 
James F., 292. 
James H, 296, 273. 
James L-, 270. 
James S., 287. 
Jane, 284, 302. 
Jennie B., 307. 
Jennie L. , 292. 
Jennie M., 307. 
Jesse, 261. 

Joanna, 258, 264, 279, 282. 
Job A., 301. 

John, 254, 255, 256, 258, 259, 261, 
262, 263, 267, 274, 277, 286, 294. 
John A., 302. 
John F., 319. 
John G., 269. 
John H, 287, 299. 
John S., 280, 282. 
John W., 279. 
Jonathan, 258, 265, 282. 
Jonathan W., 276. 
Joseph, 322. 
Joseph Royal, 313. 
Josephine A,, 288. 
Judson, 271. 
Julia A., 287, 293, 296. 
Julia W. P., 285. 

Kittie B., 313. 

Larkin N., 280. 

Levi, 256, 260, 261. 

Lois, 255. 

Lois A. , 280. 

Louisa W., 285. 

Louis, 300. 

Lucinda, 282. 

Lucy, 261, 272, 286, 292. 

Lucy H., 302. 



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INDEX. 



Luther L., 279. 

Lydia, 259, 266, 267, 282. 

Lydia A., 268. 

Lydia C, 301. 

Lydia I., 295. 

Lydia P., 267. 

Lydia W., 276. 

Marcus, 262, 271. 

Maria, 272, 274. 

Maria L. E., 297. 

Marcy, 267. 

Martha, 276. 

Martin, 260, 268. 

Martin N., 288. 

Martin S., 301. 

Mary, 255, 256, 266, 267, 268, 276, 

282. 
Mary A., 273, 284, 292, 294. 
Mary E., 270, 287, 289. 
Mary E. C, 314. 
Mary F., 267, 284. 
Mary J., 302. 
Mary L., 281, 323. 
Mary N., 271. 
Mary W., 279. 
Meena G. , 284. 
Mercy, 259. 
Mettie, 294. 
Mildred, 308. 
Milvern, 294. 
MirtieR., 318. 
Moses, 256. 
Moses D., 270. 
Moses P., 281. 

Nahum, 286. 

Nancy, 259, 265, 272, 273. 

Nancy M., 272. 

Nancy W., 277. 

Nathaniel, 255, 259, 267, 277, 282. 

Nathaniel M., 301. 

Nathan, 268, 284, 306. 

Nellie, 260, 284. 

Nellie A. , 30/. 

Nelson G., 267. 

Nettie M., 318. 

Newton, 279. 

Oliver, 259. 
Oscar D., 291. 

Parthenia G., 267. 
Patience, 256, 258, 260, 262, 265, 
280. 



Patience M., 268. 
Peleg, 256. 
Persis, 266. 
Persis S., 282. 
Philip D., 281. 
Philip R. , 304. 
Polly, 265. 
Polly H., 259. 
Preston B., 285. 
Priscilla, 259. 

Rachel A., 288. 
Ralph L., 324- 
Ray B., 301. 
Rebecca, 274, 281. 
Rebecca J., 288. 
Rebecca S., 271. 
Reuben, 261. 
Reuben B., 271. 
Rhoda, 258. 
Rhody C, 282. 
Richard, 294. 
Robie, 268. 
Robert, 255, 257, 262. 
Robert T., 319. 
Roby, 260. 
Roxany, 282. 
Roxie, 275. 
Royal, 264, 274. 
Royal T., 302. 
Ruth A. , 295. 
Ruth D., 324. 

Sally, 259, 265. 

Sally A., 280. 

Sally H., 265. 

Samuel, 258, 263, 265, 274, 275, 

276. 
Samuel C, 297. 
Sarah, 256, 258, 260, 261, 267, 282, 

284, 294, 304. 
Sarah C, 279. 
Sarah D., 264. 
Sarah E., 276, 297. 
Sarah F., 286. 
Sarah M., 301. 
Sarah S. , 296, 304. 
S. Hale, 274. 
Simon A., 281. 
Sophia S., 273. 
Sophronia, 265, 282, 304. 
Sophronia T., 281. 
Stephen, 261, 284. 
Stephen G. , 277. 



INDEX. 



355 



Susan, 268. 
Susan H., 283. 
Susan M., 322. 
Susan T., 266. 
Susan W., 276. 
Susanna, 260. 
Sybel, 265. 
Sylvanus, 272. 
Sylvester, 262. 

Theodore R., 277. 
Theodore O., 285. 
Thomas, 254, 255, 258, 278, 
302. 



280, 



Thomas W., 295. 

Walter E., 315. 

Warren, 257, 274. 

Willard D., 267. 

William, 255, 256, 257, 260, 268, 

274, 277, 281, 286, 304. 
William G., 296. 

William H., 273, 277, 280, 295, 296. 
William N., 290. 
William S., 261. 
William W., 272. 
William Y., 275, 315. 



INTERMARRIAGES. 



Abel, 255. 
Allen, 266, 298. 
Allis, 262. 
Anthony, 284, 305. 
Archer, 318. 
Arnold, 283. 

Babcock, 278. 
Bagg, 284. 
Barton, 269. 
Barrows, 311. 
Bates, 304. 

Bennett, 269, 286, 289. 
Beardsley, 289. 
Bisbee, 261. 
Bockins, 292. 
Bowen, 264. 
Bowler, 295. 
Brayton, 260. 
Brazor, 310. 
Briggs, 282. 
Brickly, 268. 
Brooks, 311. 
Brightman, 304. 
Brown, 264, 279. 
Brownell, 290. 
Browning, 270. 
Brower, 301. 
Bullock, 272. 
Bunn, 299. 
Burden, 260. 
Burdick, 298, 305. 
Burtt, 268, 304. 
Burton, 297. 
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Burrough, 255. 

Call, 270. 

Card, 314. 

Carroll, 310. 

Calkins, 285. 

Carl, 271, 288. 

Chadsey, 301. 

Chaffee, 271. 

Chambers, 280. 

Chapman, 287. 

Chase, 318. 

Chatman, 287. 

Childs, 255, 293. 

Church, 277, 283. 

Clark, 274, 283, 286, 290. 

Cleveland, 285. 

Coddington, 283. 

Coggeshall, 276, 295. 

Coit, 280. 

Coje, 258, 259, 260, 264, 267, 277, 

301. 
Collins, 303. 
Colton, 291. 
Cone, 270. 
Cook, 275, 311. 
Corbin, 266, 272. 
Cortis, 273. 
Curtis, 296, 301. 
Cutter, 300. 
Cutting, 265. 

Darling, 297. 

Davis, 257, 265, 280, 323. 



356 



INDEX. 



Dawes, 289. 

Day, 270. 

Dean, 303. 

De Costa, 295. 

Denham, 278. 

Diman, 297. 

Diamond, 276, 295, 299. 

Dixon, 288. 

Doty, 280. 

Dowley, 290, 292. 

Drake, 255. 

Dram, 306. 

Dunbar, 305. 

Dunham, 289, 293. 

Dunn, 287. 

Dutton, 292. 

Elsbury, 272. 

Feeter, 306. 
Felltquartz, 286. 
Fenner, 281. 
Ferris, 281. 
Ferry, 261. 
Fessendeu, 273. 
Field, 264, 265. 
Fish, 285. 
Fisk, 256. 
Foster, 291. 
Fowler, 265. 
Franklin, 274. 
Frasier, 281. 
French, 277, 273. 
Fuller, 264, 269. 

Gammel, 283. 

Gane, 273. 

Gardner, 278, 284, 267, 272. 

Geers, 265. 

Gilford, 314. 

Gladden, 272. 

Gladding, 276 277, 281, 262. 

Goddard, 273. 

Goe, 314. 

Goff, 265, 299. 

Gorham, 272. 

Gorsline, 289. 

Grant, 276. 

Gray, 262, 267. 

Greene, 277, 260. 

Greenman, 285. 

Greer, 265. 

Haile, 257. 



Hall, 284, 263, 296. 

Hanscomb, 293. 

Harding, 260, 267. 

Harlow, 277. 

Harvey, 301. 

Hastings, 290. 

Hathaway, 268. 

Hay, 265. 

Helmer, 268. 

Henry, 286. 

Herrendean, 305. 

Herrideen, 282. 

Hewitt, 274. 

Hildreth, 258. 

Hill, 255, 256, 291. 

Hines, 296. 

Hitchcock, 274. 

Hoard, 314. 

Hobart, 263. 

Hoffman, 284. 

Holister, 309. 

Hopkins, 279. 

Horton, 302. 

Houghton, 279, 263, 273, 311. 

How, 280. 

Howard, 261, 304. 

Humphrey, 322. 

Hummil, 270. 

Hunt, 302. 

Ingraham, 263. 

Jacobs, 273. 
Jacquith, 284, 
Jenkins, 283. 
Tohnson, 294. 
jolls, 264. 

Jones, 292, 296, 305. 
Jordan, 265. 

Kault, 263. 
Kelley, 278. 
Kellogg, 273. 
Keuworthy, 294. 
Knapp, 270. 

Ladd, 293. 
Lamb, 274. 
Latham, 271. 
Lewis, 322. 
Leybolt, 266. 
Lincoln, 276, 267, 322. 
Lindsay, 263, 300. 
Liscomb, 257, 278, 280. 



INDEX. 



357 



Ivovell, 277. 

Luther, 255, 256, 259, 277. 

Lyon, 266. 

McAfee, 286. 

McCaughey, 304. 

McCaw, 305. 

McCoilley, 291. 

McKay, 269. 

Macomber, 285. 

Manchester, 275, 280, 281, 295. 

Manville, 286. 

Marcy, 261. 

Marony, 286. 

Marshall, 291. 

Martin, 255, 259, 278, 295. 

Mathews, 277. 

Maynard, 271. 

Merchet, 286. 

Miller, 260, 271, 299, 301. 

Morgan, 280. 

Morse, 278. 

Moyer, 302. 

Murdoch, 290. 

Munroe, 275, 280, 281, 296. 297. 

Nash, 256. 
Newbery, 272. 
Nichols, 302. 
Norris, 258, 265. 
Northrup, 269. 

Palmer, 293. 
Parkus, 284. 
Patrick, 302. 
Payson, 298. 
Peacock, 301. 
Pearse, 295. 
Picket, 271. 
Pitman, 276. 
Plimpton, 290. 
Potter, 271, 289. 
Power, 269. 
Pratt, 272. 
Preble, 323. 
Presby, 277. 
Preston, 293. 
Prince, 289. 
Prouty, 262. 

Quick, 297. 

Ray, 293. 
Rice, 279. 



Richardson, 292. 
Robinson, 272. 
Rockefeller, 301. 
Ross, 289. 
Rosencrantz, 268. 
Rounds, 258, 265. 
Rucher, 275. 
Rugby, 266. 
Russell, 280. 

Sager, 296. 

Salisbury, 299. 

Sanford, 266. 

Saulsbury, 256, 264. 

Sayer, 263. 

Schumacher, 276, 314. 

Shepardson, 274. 

Sherman, 297. 

Shertlef, 261. 

Shumway, 291. 

Simonds, 292, 293. 

Skinner, 265. 

Smith, 269, 275, 281, 282, 288, 289 

295, 3°8- 
Snow, 306. 
Soule, 299. 
Spellman, 266. 
Spence, 276. 
Sprague, 303. 
Stearns, 262. 
Stebbins, 291. 
Stetson, 295. 
Stevens, 288, 289. 
Stewart, 262, 310. 
Stockholm, 317. 
Streeter, 265, 282. 
Swan, 264, 281. 
Swift, 266, 268, 284. 

Tabor, 265. 
Taft, 282. 
Tanner, 287. 
Thayer, 272. 
Thompson, 268. 
Thornton, 277. 
Throop, 258, 275. 
Thurber, 256. 
Tilden, 273. 
Tilley, 276, 299. 
Tingley, 304. 
Tourtelott, 284. 
Travis, 298. 
Trowbridge, 282 
Truman, 296. 



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INDEX. 



Usher, 278, 307. 

Vance, 256. 
Vinton, 282. 

Waldo, 265. 
Waldren, 275, 299. 
Wallace, 274. 
Walrath, 268. 
Wardwell, 276, 263. 
Warner, 297. 
Warren, 276, 298. 
West, 257, 260, 277. 
Whidden, 269. 
White, 299. 



Whitford, 277. 
Whitney, 311. 
Wilbur, 295. 
Wiley, 297. 
Williams, 283. 
Williamson, 277, 298. 
Willard, 270. 
Wood, 260, 267, 270. 
Woods, 275. 
Woodcock, 254, 290. 
Works, 292. 
Wright, 290. 
Wyatt, 264. 
Wylie, 294. 



DESCENDANTS OP RICHARD AND WILLIAM ESTABROOKS. 



Abby C, 327. 
A. D., 326. 
Albert, 328. 
Alice N., 327. 
Almira, 327. 
Alonzo T. , 325. 
Alphonso W., 325. 
Ambrose D., 325. 
Andrew F., 325. 
Annie M., 329. 

Belle R., 327. 

Charles T., 329. 
Clara, 326. 
Clarence O., 327. 

Dalston, 326. 
Danford M., 326. 
Darius, 325. 
Douglas S., 326. 

Edward C, 329. 
EH D., 326. 
Eliza, 325. 

Gilman L., 325. 
Grace A. , 327. 

Hannah A., 326. 



Harriet, 326. 
Henry G., 327. 

James, 328. 
Jemima, 325. 
Jennie A., 327. 

Loren W., 327. 
Luther, 326. 

Marcia A., 327. 
Marcus M., 326. 
Marshall, 325. 
Meribah N., 325. 
Merrick G., 326. 
Morton D., 327. 
Nathaniel C, 327. 
Nina L., 329. 

Priscilla, 325. 

Richard, 325. 
Robert, 327. 

Sarah L., 329. 

Thomas W., 325. 

Wary, 325. 



Abbott, 327. 

Cotton, 325, 327. 

Dain, 325. 

Ferguson, 329. 

Gifford, 327. 

Hadley, 329. 
Hastings, 325. 
Hutchins, 326. 

Johnson, 327. 

Kelsey, 329. 



INDEX. 
INTERMARRIAGES. 



359 



l4bby, 329. 

Moore, 326. 

O'Ronke, 326. 

Paul, 326. 

Shaw, 326. 
Smith, 326. 
Somers, 326. 
Stockwell, 326. 

Walker, 326. 
Wheeler, 325. 
Whitcomb, 326. 
Williams, 326.